I realize it may hinge on what businesses are currently in my area. I do not wish to move at this time. (I live...
in Reading PA if that helps.)
I agree that it's a shame about Novell -- I worked for them from 1988 to 1994, so I still have a soft spot for NetWare, NDS, and so forth -- but it's true that finding NetWare admin jobs is getting harder all the time.
Given your location, you might want to give MCSE a second look, but if you really want to work on network infrastructure, Cisco is the way to go. On the other hand, if you want to be a day-to-day network administrator, MCSE probably makes more sense.
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