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i wanna become a network manager lol and wooo passed me it esstials 2 today and started me ccna another step on the long road to becoming a network manager
I was considering an IT career, but I'm failing Maths B so I'll probably try something else. Like writing novels
I have never used differential or integral calculus or analysis since I took those classes years ago. Good thing too, I narrowly got through by the skin of my teeth. Don't give up so easily.
Come to think of it, I've never used a quadratic function after I finished my schooling either. BUT I have enjoyed numerous books written by both well known and not so well known authors many times since then. The more I think about it, you sound like a winner no matter what choice you make. :biggrin:
Does that choice include working at McDonalds flipping burgers and saying "May I take your order?"
The only problem I see with being an IT is that in the future, they will all be outsourced to areas such as India and China. I mean look at the help support for many major companies such as Dell, Microsoft, HP, Sony, Linksys, Cisco, Canon, Nikon, and many other major companies. There help call number is directed to a call base in India, and you can tell because of the accent.
Not only that, but the place where many of my older friends work, if their computer has problems, they call this 24/7 helpline to help them, and it's in india. (The companies I'm talking about are Yahoo, Google, Sun Microsystems, etc,.)