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Old 05-11-04, 01:46 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Join Date: Jan-2004
Location: St. Thomas
Age: 44
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When I was doing Y2K contracting, all I had were a couple of MCPs and I was 2 months short of an MCSE when I got hired. Starting salary was 39k. This was for hands on work. As above, phone support will pay considerably less, and you need a special brand of patience to do it

If you're out in the field, a diploma is good, but any place worth it's salt will put you through a couple of practical tests to make sure you can actually get things done under pressure.

Mess around with everything you can and shoot for the 30s
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