Honoring the Heroes: How the HVACR Industry Supports Veterans

by Pro HVAC/R on May 29, 2023

Memorial Day, originally known as Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service to our country. As we commemorate the sacrifices of these brave men and women, it's essential to recognize the HVACR industry's efforts to support veterans and their families.

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The HVACR industry is growing rapidly, with more people working in the field than ever before. According to Grandview Research's latest industry report, the industry is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.5% from 2023. This growth has led to an increasing demand for skilled technicians, and the industry is actively seeking to recruit new talent. One way the HVACR industry is addressing this demand is by focusing on hiring veterans with HVAC training.

Supporting Veterans in the HVACR Industry

Veterans bring a wealth of skills and experience to the HVACR industry, including discipline, attention to detail, and strong organizational abilities. Many HVAC companies actively seek to hire veterans, recognizing the valuable skill sets they bring to the workforce. Programs like the Perfect Technician Academy train veterans for HVAC careers, providing them with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in the industry. In addition to training programs, the HVACR industry also offers various resources and support for veterans seeking employment. Organizations like Hiring Our Heroes provide information on career opportunities in the HVAC industry and help veterans explore the HVAC technician career path.

The ACCA Conference & Expo also discusses programs that train veterans for HVACR careers, attracting highly qualified individuals who are motivated to work.

Memorial Day and the HVACR Industry

As we celebrate Memorial Day, it's essential to recognize the HVACR industry's efforts to support veterans and their families. By providing training, resources, and employment opportunities, the HVACR industry is helping veterans transition to civilian life and build successful careers.

In conclusion, the HVACR industry plays a crucial role in supporting veterans and honoring their sacrifices on Memorial Day. By focusing on hiring veterans and providing them with the necessary training and resources, the industry is not only addressing its workforce needs but also giving back to those who have served our country. So, as we remember the fallen heroes this Memorial Day, let's also appreciate the HVACR industry's commitment to supporting veterans and their families.



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