Need some quick advice

ClapDemCheeksClapDemCheeks Member Posts: 77 ■■□□□□□□□□
So i just got an offer for a Desktop position ($10 hr). Now my main goal is to be a network admin or engineer. Now, i already have 4 years of desktop experience. Do you guys think i should still take this position?


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    matt333matt333 Member Posts: 276 ■■■■□□□□□□
    is it a pay increase, does the other position offer something your current position does not? if it does move on 4 years without any role upgrade sounds like a dead end company career wise
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    SteveLordSteveLord Member Posts: 1,717
    Sounds quite low. I would be expecting more than that if all I did was polish keyboards for 4 years.
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    BigMevyBigMevy Member Posts: 68 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Do you have a job now? If you do have one doing the same thing, seems like there's no reason to make a lateral move unless they state that there's opportunity for advancement and you don't have that where you are.

    If you don't have a job now, it's worth considering. It's generally a pretty well known fact that you're more valuable to a new company with a job than without.
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    kurosaki00kurosaki00 Member Posts: 973
    Like others have said, if you dont have a job or is a pay increase, its worth taking into consideration.
    Else, try to find something else.
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    AkaricloudAkaricloud Member Posts: 938
    If you have 4 years of desktop experience then why are you still looking for another desktop job, especially one this low paying?
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    healthyboyhealthyboy Banned Posts: 118 ■■□□□□□□□□
    seriously bro,

    get out, its not worth being in a dead end company it will make your career dead,

    im in the same boat.
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    xenodamusxenodamus Member Posts: 758
    If you want to get out of desktop support, the only desktop support jobs you should be looking at are those that offer room for advancement.
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