Top 3 Reasons to Become – or Not to Become – a SysAdmin
The time was September, 2014. Scotland narrowly voted to stay in the U.K. Guardians of the Galaxy was the number one box office hit. And the Devolutions Crew was busy asking the wonderful members of our community (a.k.a. YOU) to share the top 3 reasons to become a SysAdmin, and the top 3 reasons not to become a SysAdmin.
So today, as we gear up to celebrate SysAdmin Appreciation Day on July 28, we thought it would be fun to hit the wayback button and recap the results from our September 2014 poll.
Top 3 Reasons to Become a System Administrator
1. You’re always needed.
As a SysAdmin, someone always needs your help. At times it can be overwhelming, but it’s nice to know how essential you are. Your job really matters.
2. You help others.
This is an extension of the first reason to be a SysAdmin: you’re very helpful, even to the point that people think you have superpowers (which you kind of do, in the sense that you have the power of the life and death over their computer, software, devices, and so on!). But really, what makes this aspect of the job so special is that you get the chance to work with some great people, and make a positive difference in their lives.
Read the entire article here, Top 3 Reasons to Become — or Not to Become — a SysAdmin
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