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    Haiii, I'll be starting my degree in Computer Networks this September, I hope to be a network manager/computer technician or something like that after I leave uni and have my degree.

    Just wondering if studying Computer Networks is defiantly the right route to take, before I start.

    Thanks
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    Why don't you aim to have a good job instead?
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    The clue's in the name, really :p: So I'd imagine that, if you want to go to uni, it is the right route to take. If not, you could try and start work in some sort of IT/networking company and work your way up, although it might be tough finding a position in the first place at the moment (even after you graduate).
 
 
 
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