If it were not for the dysfunctional state of the public school system, I would love to advocate for an education reform integrating blue-collar trade training for 16-19 year olds, like what Switzerland is doing, I heard only 25% of Swiss students go to college but they have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the world:Haha yes... Start your own company and the labor shortage strikes again. I own my own business and am thinking of getting out of it because no one wants to show up and work anymore.
My only recommendation would be do a trade you can do on your own if necessary. IE you can't carry a 200 pound slab of marble by yourself so counter tops may be a no go. But you can run electrical wires, cut beams etc. Of course everything is easier and more fun with a helper, but the days where you can count on this may be behind us, never to return.
On the bright side I see a positive in all this. The economy may shift to more of a distributist system. More small scale, self employed tradesmen working beyond the red tape. Very exciting possibility to contemplate.
Either that, or some hybrid professional-vocational form of education, say 2 years of community college combined with a year of technical apprenticeship.
You hit two birds with one stone here. Firstly, giving young people more value for their work, and secondly disarming the woke universities from producing corporate drones with useless degrees. On a macro scale, a shift towards distributism would destroy the political power of the globohomo big corporations and the career politician oligarchs that make their money from these corresponding lobbyists. Turning a considerable portion of the working populace into small-scale, self-employed tradesmen (and tradeswomen, for handicrafts like sewing) plus small businesses will discourage mass immigration by filling the demand for skilled labor.
Roosh was probably confused by the shortened term, which could also imply something concerning IT or computer scienceTechnician. In HVAC, you would be doing service calls, repairing customers air handling units, furnaces, freezer/coolers etc., depending on the company. Probably installations as well.