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    Survey: IT Administrators Are Too Stressed Out

    Link: IT Administrators Experience High Stress Levels - IT Management - News & Reviews - eWeek.com

    The top three sources of stress for IT admins are management, tight deadlines and the users they support.
    ...Nearly 85 percent of respondents feel as though their jobs have impacted their personal lives in some way. According to the survey results, respondents have lost sleep over work (42 percent), missed out on social functions (40 percent), missed time with their kids (39 percent) or canceled commitments to friends and family due to work (35 percent)...

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    How long did it take them to learn this?

    As long as we get appreciation and pay for it all we will be happy.... oh wait.

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    Over the years, I've answered 'Yes' to all of those.........certainly is getting time to put in my papers.

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