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bsilver at chrononomicon.com
Tue May 20 17:15:21 UTC 2008
Derek Broughton wrote:
> Not everybody actually has the resources to _hire_ a sensible sysadmin -
> even as woefully underpaid as they usually are. In a huge number of
> installations, the sysadmin is someone who has a basic technical knowledge,
> at best, and administers the system in addition to his regular job.
Are you saying that system administrators that work their butts off to
learn their profession should influence programmers to coddle those that
hire incompetent administrators because the business trying to "dabble"
in technology treats their technology infrastructure as a hobby and not
a resource that's important to their business needs? Just clarifying.
Average admin pay (in the US) is close to the $50,000 mark in private
industry, climbing close to or over the $100,000 mark in many cases.
Less than that and you're either working in the government or education
field or there is a problem with the business, usually.
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