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IT training as a career

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Hi Guys,

This question has been with me for a long time now and I didnt know whom to ask. I guess I should be able to find some answers here!

My IT training exp. is 7.5 yrs. I started training in computers ever since I finished my college. Initially started with Windows3.1 and MSOffice and then over a period of years also did FoxPro,C++,Java,J2EE,.Net and OOAD.
The audience has also varied, starting from college students and housewives to professional programmers and project managers.

Since last year and a half I have been working on a project as a J2EE technical architect... work is satisfying, but I still miss that rush of adreline!

I am still unsure what to choose as a long term career. I am equally good at both.. I mean training and being a technical architect.

As for being a technical architect I know what my growth path would be in the industry but with IT traning I dont know what I could grow into?! And would it be as rewarding financially as being a technical architect?

Do jot down your thoughts!

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