Dont get hung up on the names, look at the job description requirements
Quick question, so i search for computer networking related jobs and i come across these senior network engineer / admin / systems admin positions. The list is very extensive with so many things i know little about. I seem to have trouble finding any entry level type openings, maybe there just isnt a need for any entry level positions in my home town. The only thing i found would be geek squad which means i would work less hours with less pay than what im doing now. Any suggestions. I would mainly be looking for anything to do with cisco, but this degree is broad and goes over allot, from c++ to windows/linux server to sql, python, their is allot. My main issue is that their is to much material for me to remember, i never have a chance to truly understand what it is that im doing so if an employer were to ask to write a web page, i would tell him im sorry i dont know how to do that, i took html 3 years ago for 1 semester and havnt touched it sense. Iv concluded that out of all the material i have done, that cisco CCNA is the best shot i have for gainful employment. I took the classes when i first started and was lost, so now im starting from ground up, just about at the halfway point retraining. Any suggestions on how to find an entry level position with this degree, but only providing CCNA material on a resume and disregarding the rest, i just hate the fact of putting stuff down on a resume if i really dont know anything about it.