I agree with Gordon's advice. Maybe try programming, but if it doesn't
click with you then stick to admin.

Since this is a consult400 list, the type of admin work done by most of
the admin type consultants might differ from that which many company
admin's have done. For example, an admin at a company who maintains
security requests, monitors the backups via BRMS or whatever, keeps the
programmers notified when issues with their stuff arrives, etc still
performs a valuable task. However a consultant admin may do little of
that on a day-to-day basis and may spend a bulk of their time doing PTF's,
OS upgrades, system audits, hardware upgrades, system integration, etc.


Rob Berendt

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