- Junior Programmer
- Network Operator
- Newtork Admin
- Unix/Linux Admin
They all require a CS degree. I think there are 2 reasons:
- Excessive production of CS students
There are many CS students produced each yrs from 7 universities.A CS degree seems to be the minimum requirement to get a computer-related job.As the supply is greater than demand,why don't those employers employ more CS guys? As they are at least professionally trained and quite cheap in term of salary.Fresh CS graduates here are pulling USD 1200-USD 2000 /mo only
- Misunderstanding of job requirement from the HR dept of that company
Those HR dept people studied HR only.How the hell can they spot the differences between network admin and programming? How can they know a CS student never study admin of an OS in university? What they know is simple:If i need a computer guru,grab me a CS student,isn't it the Title "Computer Science: clear enough for them?
Based on your impressive experience,i think you should grab a M.Sc in CS,so that you may face less difficulty.