I took some advice from you guys and it worked
Everybody was saying in a previous post that I should be applying for a helpdesk or desktop position and to move on from my current position doing tech support for Dell. I was pretty much told that after 6 months my experience in a job like that would get less valuable so I decided to start applying for other positions. I just got the job offer for an Entry level Linux tech support job pay 26000 a year. It's the first job I've ever had that pays salary and it's about what I'm making at Dell but the experience is going to be a lot more valuable. I'll be support POS systems. They deal with a little bit of SQL which I've never had a chance to work with but employers seem to want you to know. They also deal with networking as well. They say they support pretty much everything which is the kind of job I've been looking for because it will allow me to learn a lot. They said they could only bring on one person and I never thought I could get a job other than a call center job where 100 people were being hired. I think this is definitely going to give me a different perspective of myself.
Being a sys admin sucks but I love it