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Be An IT Professional

Here's why:

  • You like using and supporting new technology - Even in a small company like where You work You get to evaluate, test, implement and support some of the latest technology. Just by the nature of the work You do there are going to be workstation and server replacements, software updates, and searches for technology to solve business problems. Sometimes we even get to work on the bleeding edge of new technology hardware and software products.
  • The pay is pretty good if you know your stuff - Demand and compensation for IT professionals has consistently been at or near the top of the most every list You have checked for most of your career. Chart 7 on the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics still shows Network Systems Engineers at the top for growth. The Payscale Salary Survey shows that Network Engineers with 20 years of experience make over $75,000 a year.
  • Working in IT support is fairly prestigious - When guys meet or are introduced in a social setting one of the first questions that is invariably asked is, “What do you do for a living?” We have always enjoyed saying that we work with computers. Unfortunately the next part of the conversation is usually something like, “You know, I’ve been wanting to setup security on my home wireless. How do I do that?” Come on. I don’t ask dentists for advice on a root canal.



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