How many jobs?
Heh. I don't sleep much. IT in my city is interestingly competitive. There are squillions of local admins (myself included) bearing only credentials from the local polytechnic. With such a glut of identical credentials, wages are abysmal and most of the good ones have been driven away to other cities.
To contrast, anyone and everyone around here will hire a fresh-off-the-line BSc comp sci to be a sysadmin around here, but your resume goes in the bin without one. Experience means nothing to most companies; all they care about is that you have a (any!) degree.
Inevitably, the guy with the degree in programming (which is all that CompSci from the local university amounts to,) is useless at being a sysadmin. They contract someone like me to fix the mess, but simply replace the permie with someone who has identical credentials. Rinse and repeat.
So while I may only be officially chief cook and Ethernet washer on about 6 networks, I play Mr. Fixit for a dozen more on a regular basis. At least until something better comes along.