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Are you looking for a career that:. Cannot be outsourced? Cannot be automated? Is in demand?. The HVACR Industry is For You. The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) is in demand. The HVACR Industry is For You. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Are you looking for a career that:Cannot be outsourced?</p> <p>Cannot be automated?</p> <p>Is in demand?</p> <p>The HVACR Industry is For YouThe Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) is in demand.</p> <p>The HVACR Industry is For YouThe United States Department of Labor forecast that Two-thirds of the people in the HVACR industry in the year 2020 will be people who were not in the HVACR industry in the year 2010!</p> <p>The HVACR Industry is For YouThese are jobs that cannot be outsourced, or automated.</p> <p>They need to be performed right here on American soil.</p> <p>Projected Percent Increase in Employment 2010 - 2020</p> <p>Get the FactsYou have probably been told that you need to work smart not hard and get a four year education to succeed.</p> <p>Get the FactsAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 20% of all jobs require a bachelorette degree or higher.</p> <p>Get the FactsThat means that 80% of all jobs dont! </p> <p>Employment OpportunitiesThe national unemployment rate hovers around 7%.</p> <p>Persons who are underemployed or have stopped looking for employment make that number closer to 20%Employment OpportunitiesThe Bureau of Labor Statistics show the national unemployment rate for HVACR is statistically ZERO!</p> <p>What do these things have in common?HomesCarsAirplanesGrocery StoresHospitalsSchools FactoriesThey all require Heating and Cooling</p> <p>Gain a Life Long CareerThere is nothing more important to our country than Skilled Labor. Not all knowledge comes from college, but Skill is a matter of degree.</p> <p>Mike Rowe </p> <p>Learn More About HVACLearn more about a career in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration at www.hvacexcellence.org </p> <p>Chart10.1430.337</p> <p>Series 1</p> <p>Sheet1Series 1All occupations14.3%Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers33.7%To resize chart data range, drag lower right corner of range.</p>