I quit my job as an HVAC technician, and honestly, I think that I regret it now.
I thought that I would be better off without my job as an HVAC technician.
I have only been working as an HVAC technician for a few years, and I didn’t like it that much. Sure, I didn’t absolutely hate my job as an HVAC technician, but it certainly isn’t something that I would enjoy doing for the rest of my life. I found another job opportunity that I thought I would like a lot better. It was a sales job. I have never worked as a salesperson before, but I learned that I could make a ton of money. I told the owner of the HVAC company that I wasn’t interested in working for the HVAC company anymore, and he understood. I think that he knew that I wasn’t enjoying my job as an HVAC technician anymore, and I am honestly glad that he did not get mad at me. Unfortunately, I discovered that I don’t like sales either. Apparently, I am not a good salesperson, and I haven’t made enough money to pay my bills. I would like my job as an HVAC technician again, but I don’t think that the owner of the HVAC company would hire me again. Also, I unenrolled from the certification program as well, which means that I would have to start over again if I wanted to be an official HVAC technician. I think that I made my decision too quickly, and now, I wish that I could change everything. In hindsight, I think that I might have enjoyed working as an HVAC technician.