Any certification is only a single rung on the long ladder to somewhere else. The CISSP might be the last rung you need to achieve a goal (such as marketing yourself as a credible consultant), or it might be one of the first rungs you use to a future goal (such as management, but you still need work experience and a masters degree, and a few more certs).
I'm tired of switching jobs every few years which is what I've been doing regardless of certification. So I'm staying put for a while. However, if an opening crops up that I'm a fit for with my current employer I will probably look into it. But even after achieving the cissp my salary isn't going to change by much more than it already has from experience. I didn't obtain the cissp for financial gain anyway.
as everybody knows CISSP granted when you have 5 yrs exp in either 2 domains. Let say while studying CISSP you get interested in a domain other than you claimed for gaining CISSP. ..... for that matter you considered NEW to that DOMAIN being CISSP. Is there anything where people consider Entry Level opening ?
person "A" has > 5 yrs exp in Telecom and Access control domain and after CISSP if person "A" wants to pursue practice in BCP DR.