The excitement of landing a current job is always uncontrollable, at least in my case.
I was blessed to land an internship job before leaving university; the same business took me in a year later.
Such placements were regular in my university, and several students landed rewarding jobs after graduation. I count myself blessed because I did not have to start over a current business. The business culture was so welcoming and uplifting, but few can say the same for their first job. But before I undoubtedly managed to fit in and receive my position as an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional, I struggled with keeping up with the terminology relating to the cooling system. Fresh from university and becoming a current employee at this Heating, Ventilation, and A/C business, time and again, I was tempted to official my colleagues about the right use of the industry terminology. For example, hearing an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional refer to an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C component as an cooling system left me confused. I knew well that those two are commonly used interchangeably, however they do not mean the same thing. Such a component would not exist without HVAC duct, an HVAC duct, and an air conditioning system filter to give efficient air quality. But I got used to it with time and adjusted to fit in. However, I never used them as one and the same when addressing purchasers while attending to apartment service calls to perform Heating, Ventilation, and A/C maintenance. On a lighter note, air conditioning system service is one of my number one jobs when providing help with indoor comfort while out in the field. I get to work with different units that are hardly the same model or parts.