April 30, 2021
If you’re in trade school, CDL school, or vocational school, you may already have a career direction in mind—or you may be curious to learn more about what’s out there when it comes to fuel industry jobs and career options. Generation NEXT Energy Pros is here today to let you know about the wide variety of choices you have when it comes to high-paying jobs in the energy industry. You’ll be pleased to know that you have possibilities and can choose a job that both meets your income goals as well as provides a motivating and interesting environment that will keep you engaged.
HVAC Service Technicians
Once trained on initial duties, HVAC service technicians can climb their way up the ladder from dealing with tune-ups and regular maintenance appointments to more complicated repairs and installations. The more knowledge and value you are able to present for your company, the more raises and promotions you may be eligible for.
Bioheat® Fuel, Oil & HVAC Equipment Sales Staff
You might be surprised to learn that Bioheat® fuel and HVAC sales specialists have quite competitive salaries. In addition to their regular pay, some equipment specialists can also earn commission. This means that the more high-quality equipment you provide to homeowners in need, the more money you can make.
Bioheat® Fuel & Heating Oil Delivery DriversDelivery drivers are in greater demand than ever and companies are looking to bulk up their fuel delivery teams. While the salary of this position is competitive on its own, on top of that, you may be able to earn overtime pay by covering on-call emergency shifts in case a customer ever needs a Bioheat® fuel delivery after the office closes for the day.
Even More Options for Different Interests
If none of the above options suit your taste, click here to check out a variety of other career options in the energy sector! When you want to start learning about salaries and pay from specific companies, we invite you to create an applicant profile. Your free account will allow you to connect with local energy providers whom you can ask about specific pay and benefits at their company, helping you decide which career route will be the perfect fit for your future in energy.