Posted 21 December 2009 - 12:41 AM
personally, with one class? gonna be a rough market. I know computer stores that wont even look at your application without a bachelors degree. Now im not saying that to discourage you, my dad started out in the IT field like 30 years ago, and he actually dropped out of college and now works on AS400 mainframes and has maxed out his pay scale. just like ratchet said, its going to take a lot of hard work and ambition, and a constant education. once you complete this class, sign up for another one. Put your app out at lots of different jobs, keep in mind the competition is likely to be stiff, but make sure theyre jobs you think you can handle. It may mean becoming a PC tech at a local office depot installing peoples hard drives, or a small office building somewhere, and working your way up the ladder from there. You will find as time goes by, and you show people that your willing to learn but are also a good worker whos knowledgeable about what your doing, good high paying jobs will be easier to find. And keep signing up for more classes, That bachelors degree, even if it takes you 10 years to get it, makes a job that much easier, and constantly learning is the best way to stay on top of the game. :D
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