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  • Originally posted by coder View Post
    If it interests you, consider looking in adjacent fields. Dev Ops seems have really heated up, in recent years. There might be something in quality assurance, such as writing automated tests, which plays into your strengths. If you enjoyed your time with students, there could be some opportunities in training, also. My company deploys and services Linux-based appliances and has field techs who basically just have a Linux sysadmin type skill set. Another example might be installers of on-prem network-based equipment. Just a few examples.

    I guess, what I'm saying is that you could be limiting yourself. If you think "inside the box", you pretty much know the best case scenario. If you think more laterally, you might find some surprises. Also, don't be afraid to take a chance on a couple startups, early in your career. The older you get, the harder it becomes to take on the risk.
    Thanks Coder.