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Road To MCSE: The Winners Edge

Road To MCSE: The Winners Edge

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Sep 29, 2000


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Thomas Shinder

Over the last few months we've had a lot of people new to the industry (but with a fresh new MCSE) ask us how to get their first job. Many of them come to us almost in panic because they haven't been able to find a job. They are disconcerted because they can't seem to make a dent in what they have been told are "gold rush" times, where good jobs are a dime a dozen and all you have to do is put your hand in the pot of gold that is the job pool, and grab a piece of the big fortuna.

Over the last few months weve had a lot of people new to the industry (but with a fresh new MCSE) ask us how to get their first job. Many of them come to us almost in panic because they havent been able to find a job. They are disconcerted because they cant seem to make a dent in what they have been told are 'gold rush' times, where good jobs are a dime a dozen and all you have to do is put your hand in the pot of gold that is the job pool, and grab a piece of the big fortuna.

On the other hand, we have more than a few students that have come to us telling about their new jobs, where they are making fifty or sixty thousand dollars a year, and that they never would have been able to make that kind of money if it weren't for their entry into the IT business.

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