More Women Are Entering the HVAC Field

More Women Are Entering the HVAC Field - Florida Career College

Have you thought about joining the HVAC field? Becoming an HVAC technician is an excellent job choice and it offers a modest salary and job security.

One of the things that may be holding you back right now is your gender. Wait, what? Gender? Yes. Previously, most people thought about HVAC technicians as men but as today’s world continues to grow and advance, more and more women are joining the HVAC field and that is excellent.

Unfortunately, less than 2% of women work in the HVAC field but more women are starting to take charge of their future and train in a career field that needs them.

If the Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning field interests you, we encourage all students, men and women to train to become an HVAC technician. The skills that you learn will assist you in having a solid and wonderful career too.

Below, we will discuss some of the reasons why more women are joining this trade.


As the experienced retire, the new rise to the occasion. It is no wonder that there is a need for HVAC technicians. While this sector used to be predominately males, women are making their way into the field and there is a demand for them as well.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook from 2016 to 2026 is 15%, which is much faster than other markets. This is good news for those students who want to train and transition into a field that is growing and thriving.


There is money to be made in HVAC and anyone currently in the field can tell you that. Whether you work for a company, contract, or have your own business, a person can earn a fair wage.  

As a woman, you can become financially empowered while in an HVAC position and the potential to earn is not capped. Many women find that they can spread their wings and make more money in the HVAC field than in a traditional women-related occupation.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the average salary of an HVAC technician at $47,610 with the highest earners making about $76,230 annually.


As the world continues to advance and improve, progress continues towards gender equality. Women are starting to break through the glass ceilings in some industries and take on jobs that others underestimated them to succeed at. Women are breaking away from the traditional roles and moving into jobs such as HVAC, mechanics, machinery, and more.

Advances in gender equality is one reason why women are moving into the HVAC field and it is the right time for it too. 


You may be wondering just how you can get your HVAC diploma and additional certifications. You may think that going to a college is just out of the question because it is too expensive. Fortunately, there are affordable options out there. Florida Career College is a vocational school that teaches you the hands-on training and skills needed to be successful in the HVAC industry.


Florida Career College is proud to be able to offer you the opportunity to train in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning field. Our HVAC training program will provide you with the hands-on experience you need to transition into an entry-level position.

As a woman, it is now your time to shine and see how you can become a part of this growing field.

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