I was getting excited about getting ready to go into computers as a career. But now i'm getting kind of worried. I've talked to several people who hold degrees and certifications, yet haven't been able to find jobs. Is there really a demand for networking specialists and computer engineers and computer support, or is all that just a gimmick for schools to get more people into their institutions? I have 3 years of college as a music major, but left that once schools started to cut the fine arts from their budgets and job security for that began to be shaky. I knew going into computers would pay good money, and always thought it'd be a secure job to get into since everyone needs someone to fix their computers/routers. I'm at a point where i'm thinking that maybe I should finish my music degree, and also get a computer degree just to be safe. So to get back to the point, what do you guys know about how well the computer industry is actually going? Thanks.