Here's a link to just one...(of many)...sources of local jobs. It shows jobs that are IT related within 15 miles of my house...most of which are under 7 miles from my house.
One is an IT support got for a local credit union that has several branches in the area...a good job.
Another one shows several openings...different skill levels, for positions in very large IT department of General Dynamics. Those are mega sweet jobs. General Dynamics is huge!
Another 4 listings are good jobs in the IT field with rather large companies also...CSC being one very large one.
Now if I felt like taking the time to link up big online job hunt sources....like monster, and local newspapers....I could keep putting up factual posts.
As for CD...I've seen him making posts on this forum about doing his resume and hating his current job. OK..that's step 1. That doesn't speak factually about actual IT job availability in his area. The next stepS are....to go out and bang on doors...and get in front of the face of possible employers. That's the hard part for many people. Gotta strap on the big boy pants and get out there and do it. Because that's where the confident/aggressive people make out well and land those jobs, and the quiet/meek ones go home and say they can't find anything.
And the thing with lots of IT positions....the "area" doesn't matter, you could live like a hermit on an island and still hold down a killer IT job as long as you had remote access to what you have to manage. So even if you live out in the so called swamps and sticks like Sava....wouldn't stop me from doing much of my work.
I could say with confidence I could move to any of our beautiful 50 states in this country and land a sweet IT gig within 6 months.
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Last edited by 24giovanni; 06-22-12 at 02:47 PM.
Can some one just give me a template or answer my question as to what I really need?
This is really getting frustrating and I am tired of being in misery 24/7
Sorry for being a dick but, you want an IT position and you can't even create a resume (seriously)? Are you willing to relocate?
I would try to slip in how long you been at your current job, even though you have no certs, you have experience and that counts alot. Try to get your Net+ and and A+ that actually applies as one test completed for the MCSA. Then you have A+, Net+ and MCSA.
The MCSA is 4 of thier easier test or try to get the MCSE it's only 4 test too. My old boss would pay for the test unless you failed, then you paid for it.
Good luck you've been bitching about your current job long enough.
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