This pandemic has changed the scope of my career

But it only hit me recently that this change in the way the people I work with and I do things could be for the better however

When the world was hit with the virus earlier this year I sincerely didn’t expect things to change much. That is other than things honestly lasting for a long period of time! Sure a few bad things here and there, however nothing that would be too noticeable. Well, time has gone on to show that my theory on that was about as wrong as you could get in terms of predicting how things would play out. Heading into the next half of the year and beyond there are many things that are going to be changed permanently. And as a heating, ventilation and A/C service tech I am feeling a bit uneasy and excited for what these fluctuations will be. However recently, the heating, ventilation and A/C company that I work for full time was able to open their doors back up to help serve those in our community. While this genuinely helped things settle a little more into normalcy for me, the way that the people I work with and I help service heating, ventilation and A/C systems in purchasers’ houses couldn’t be more foreign to me as well as my coworkers. There is much less close contact with purchasers, and the people I work with and I are also following company protocol by wearing masks in order to prevent the spread of germs while toiling away on the units. But it only hit me recently that this change in the way the people I work with and I do things could be for the better however. With the current portals that the people I work with and I have to take, things are easier. However, no jobs ever stay the same though, and I assume it’s now or never to learn how to adapt and appreciate the current way to work as a certified heating, ventilation and A/C tech.

Air conditioning technician