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As long as they look into it properly
and they are sure they know what they're doing then I say good luck to them. I'm sure Jaredthegeek is right and people think we sit and play all day with the latest gadgets or software. What they don't see is the blood, sweat and tears when a business critical server dies at 5pm and we're there until past midnight trying to get it back online, the programmers trying to meet impossible deadlines, or the helpdesk/desktop support staff getting screamed at because someone isn't allowed to install a game on their company machine or get to their facebook account (not that we block facebook here unfortunately). I'm one considering moving away from IT, after 15 years it's not so much of an adventure as a major PITA. There are still aspects of technology I enjoy but they're decreasing rapidly and I'm hoping to get out before I lose the joy completely.