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Okay IT fags, I need your inputs. I need advice on breaking

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Okay IT fags, I need your inputs.

I need advice on breaking into the IT field and become a network admin eventually. I'm deciding rather I should go back to cc for an IT diploma or just keep applying to places since I already have have my A+. It's almost year since I got my A+ and I have yet to obtain an entry level IT job. Am I doing something wrong? How did you guys get your first IT job?
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>>16932671

>get cs degree
>roll in jobs

In all seriousness if you don't have a college degree then you damn well better have a github/stack overflow account that shows you're active in the community and willing to learn. Being an administrator is going to be really hard starting out, even more so if you have zero experience and no degree. Most places won't be willing to trust you with their systems if that'sthe case
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>>16932677
I just want an entry level type of position such as helpdesk/tech support to start off with.
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>>16932671
>>16932677

Web dev here (so I don't really know anything about network admin stuff)

I don't even have a CS degree (got a philosophy degree, lol). I just did some CS modules while at uni.

>In all seriousness if you don't have a college degree then you damn well better have a github/stack overflow account that shows you're active in the community and willing to learn.

Pretty sure this is only if you're applying to be a developer

Also I got my web dev job without ever having a github account or showing any examples of my work, trololololololololololololololololololololololololololololololololololololol
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>>16932671
A+ is about as much use as an ashtray on a motorbike unless you're doing fucking printer repairs.
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>>16932685
Too bad. Those positions go to interns in college, because they don't have to pay them.
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