Do you really need to learn all this for an entry level job!?!

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Jeremiah Wolfe

Jeremiah Wolfe

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Recently David Bombal interviewed industry veteran Ivan Pepelnjak. While the interview was fantastic—and I highly recommend you watch it—some of the info presented was out of touch with today's job market (in my opinion). In this video I give my own opinions. Here are the original videos: 🤍youtu.be/LzooeiGxKis 🤍youtu.be/HemWKwd2AvM Photo by Thirdman from Pexels

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Do you really need to learn all this for an entry level job!?!
Do you really need to learn all this for an entry level job!?!
Do you really need to learn all this for an entry level job!?!
Do you really need to learn all this for an entry level job!?!
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Nikolay Kononenko
2021-06-14 07:12:19

You’re very cool and honest. I’m subscribed.

ASA
2021-05-28 21:56:10

Well said, I very much agree with you:)

Eugene Shvydko
2021-04-02 13:23:50

Good point, bro! Sharp as usual. My opinion is that if you set your mind to study for a cert or a specific topic - just go for it! Stop watching those endless YouTube videos on what to study or what is the best cert to get etc. They're just distract and discourage you. So less videos more textbook. And yes, the second thing... Somehow vendor-specific certs are the most demanded by employers and the best payed specialist are vendor-oriented.

Kevin Hughes
2021-04-02 06:12:04

Great vid thanks

Renato Robles
2021-04-01 04:22:20

Well the list he proposed is honestly pretty basic CCNA cool, then Linux (basic level to know to configure interfaces and ifconfig and a little bit more) cool, then Python and Git sure that's where the inertia is taking us right so basic level yes. Now the AWS maybe later, so I just take the basic ones as a good advise . Cheers Jeremiah keep it up 👏❤️👍

Renato Robles
2021-04-01 04:15:07

Thanks for the warning hahaha I'm glad I saw yours first 👍🏻👍🏻

FrankDOTtv
2021-03-30 15:23:54

100% agree man. You went over about the hours but sometimes it's not only about the hours. It's the stress, the importance and stressful things on your shoulder. Telling someone to come home to study for 5 hours after having a week with a critical incident, affecting lives, infrastructure, millions of dollars, first responder networks, shit like that, its just absurd.

Chahan Wallace
2021-03-27 21:05:06

As a 21 year old aspiring network engineer, I think you hit the nail on the head...... I was watching this interview saying to myself there is no way I have to learn all of this just to get a job. I have my net+ and sec+ , currently studying for the CCNA and just got hired at my local ISP's NOC and . Thanks Mr. Wolfe for your grounded approach.

Eldon Agner
2021-03-26 13:51:14

The Best Mentor you can ask for!

Khalil Bouada
2021-03-26 00:15:23

Glad to see you back and posting videos whenever possible, and I hope your family is doing well.

rick sorkin
2021-03-25 08:42:53

I've heard this guy talking in other big networking podcasts , lets say he has a big ego. No one can deny his experience and knowledge , ipspace has always been a place to go for every network engineer , but when it comes for smaller scale engineer & newcomers he is a bit bitter and insulting sometimes.

Katlego Bopape
2021-03-25 08:14:38

Yeah I saw all the interviews myself and I also felt that Ivan has been a CCIE for a long time and has forgotten how it's realy like to be a beginner. At some point he said don't use a GUI to set up a lab- recommended that you must use Ansible or something like that. For a beginner that is so overwhelming. Starting with something like Packet Tracer can help you get started and build your confidence as you go. Then later you can move into automation tools like Ansible.

Chris Walker
2021-03-25 03:02:38

I appreciate your take on this. I was starting to think I was the only one who felt this way after watching it. Another grounded take from you. Again, much appreciated!

Innocent Taruvinga
2021-03-25 00:57:36

Watched the interview too. Enjoyed your take on it.

tenzing sherpa
2021-03-25 00:47:57

Thanks Jeremiah, I have been following you since last 2 months. I love the way how you put insight into topic. loved the way how you dissect cbt nuggets and INE and also watched that video, totally agree with you.currently preparing CCNP ENCOR. keep up good work.

Edward Walker
2021-03-24 22:49:45

wow! Excellent video and so true!
I didn't know SHIT when I finally got brave enough to make the jump from working in restaurants/bars/construction to trying for an I.T. job.

One of the questions my interviewer asked was, "You know how to do basic stuff like configure Outlook Express right?" I lied and said "oh yeah, No problem."

I didn't even know what Outlook Express was back then. 6 months later I'm promoted to level 2 and given charge of my own shift. 12 months later I was making double the amount I started at.

Sébastien HUREL
2021-03-24 22:05:08

Thanks Jeremiah, keep up the good work!

John Johnston
2021-03-24 21:22:56

I also watched this interview, I actually think he was being passive aggressive towards David, trying to inflate his own ego for some reason or another. I’m a 40 years old and have met many people like this throughout my career.

Zain Kalson
2021-03-24 20:53:08

I love your discussion of how we process the past. I'm studying for my CCNP Enterprise right now. I keep thinking to myself "Wow CCNA was so little content compared to this." Then, I look at the 2,000 pages of CCNA OCG that I have lying around and get a friendly reminder that it wasn't the cake walk I think it to be today. Same applies for literally every competition or leadership role I had in high school. I also agree that while hard work is important to success, luck plays a huge role.

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