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Re: Sys-Admin vs Network Admin



On 3/31/06, A Rossi <yobliattar_(_at_)_gmail_(_dot_)_com> wrote:> <snip> given that I'm not
sweeping the floors
> or mowing his lawn, I'm managing his disorganized mess of a network.
> And that job is like a sweatshop, because my employer, a small business
> owner with franchisees, asks me to set up services that are still far
> beyond my abilities: e.g a VPN that allows him to log into his workgroup
<snip>
most all of us did our time in suboptimal positions at one time or another.
go
get some paper (any will do, bsdcertification.org, compTIA, a CCNA)
and get the ball rolling so-to-speak...

On 3/31/06, Lars Hansson <lars_(_at_)_unet_(_dot_)_net_(_dot_)_ph> wrote:
> As opposed to popular opinion  not EVERYONE lives in the U.S. Chances are
> 30$/h could be a very respectable salary if you take into account the the
> cost of living in the area.
> Btw, I think you got your replies mixed up, Greg didnt say anything about
> salaries.

You are quite right there, I work amidst the telecom valley. No mixup, just
sloppy quoting.



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