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Professional guidance, deliberating where to go


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Hello everyone,


I'm pretty fresh here, so I hope I write in the right place.


I am 26, working in a company of advanced printing and scanning solutions for organizations, earning 7.5 + Company account.

There is not too much progress in the field I am in and I am quite debating how to move forward professionally in life or try to change direction.


One of the problems with passing on is that I do not have any certification, but everything is based on experience.

The other problem is that in the field I work in, the experience is a bit of everything, a bit on the servers, a bit in AD, a bit in SQL, a bit in printing, etc ...

I think I have exhausted this area, where there is not too much to go on and I strive to move forward in life.

I understand that in my situation and in light of what I have written above, I will probably have to compromise on less favorable conditions in order to enter the organization and start from below and gradually progress.


The question is how can I move on from my situation? Can I integrate into the labor market in general in the computer professions despite the above?

And if not, should and what courses should I take and what knowledge should I complete so that I can open doors for myself?



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Thanks for the answers to both of you.

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It is always possible to complete a degree in something that interests information systems / software / electricity / mimah. There are quite a few people who started a degree at the age of 26-7 and the majority are 24-5 (Ben-

I was thinking of going really toward a degree, I'm pretty undecided but if I can get a degree and a full job.


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