5 posts • joined 18 Jan 2008
I don’t have a degree and seem to be doing very well thank you very much, however I have worked since I was 16 / GCSE age in a computer shop etc before working my way up. So have experience.
The other side of the coin is the people doing IT degrees because IT gets sold as a well paying job. The people come out of Uni with no experience and wonder why they don’t get hired for the well paying jobs.
I’m now in a position to hire etc - I would take experience over a degree, and in a perfect world Industry cert's with experience as my preferred choice.
Hail to the King Baby!
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I would apply
Think about it this way apply helm the sinking ship for 6 months to a year, golden parachute off into another cushy .gov job on even higher pay as most do then spend 3 years "doing IT jobs" then become an overpaid consultant to .gov - I think it's a very sensible job progression process....... I'll go grab my coat ... and CV ;)
Paris because with those kind of wages I could save up for a pretty personal assistant that looks very similar with a similar level of IT knowledge ;)
Why not just get a colour laser?
You can pick up a good colour laser for £112.00 (see HP COLOUR LASERJET 1600) with free delivery - quicker, better and cheaper to run? And yes toner is expensive but you will still get more prints out of the "free toner" then you will out of the inkjet.
£70 printer (included "free cartridges") and £40 left for ink cartridges. or £112 for the a laser with more prints and faster?
I hate the idea of throwing away printers when they run out but sadly the companies make it more economical that way.
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