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    I keep seeing posts about school, so I figure I would ask...
    Anyone here gone to school to become a Systems Administrator? I havnt been able to get much info about pay and oportunity at the college im enrolled in. So if anyone could tell me how long it took to get the degrees, certs, ect..

    Also, is it worth it to get an Associates SCIS w/ a programming emphasis in like C++?!?

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    These should give you some indication of salary, expectations, etc...

    http://www.u1.net/opps.asp#sysadministrator
    opps.asp

    http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/careers/...s/Req-2093.htm
    Req-2093 Employment Opportunities 1

    http://www.mun.ca/humanres/v4/jps/v4...internal.shtml
    SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR - ECRC // LIB-05-03

    with the Canadian opportunity just do a quick conversion down.

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    This site has the MCSA requirement...

    http://compufield.com/mcsa.html
    Compufield - Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)

    and this follows the MCSA...

    http://grad.usda.gov/cgi-bin/sb/page.cgi/?page=100492
    Graduate School, USDA

    just to give you an idea of what you need.

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    HAHAHAHAHAHA

    $64,000 per year in San Francisco? We'll you're not going to live in Alameda, But Oakland is close by and some parts have really cheap homes.


    [i] JOB REQUISITION: 2093

    LOCATION: San Francisco

    SALARY RANGE: $4,411 to $5,361 per month

    This Systems Administrator II position with the Information Services Division (ISD) of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) will provide desktop support for 100+ computer systems that are primarily used by the Office of Court Construction and Management and/or related to the Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAMF). The position is required to provide a full range of systems operation support for hardware and software issues for users at the AOC
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    Everything you need to know about being a Sys Admin:

    http://bofh.ntk.net/Bastard.html

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