A Network Specialist, is s specialist in networking computers. And I ffigured anywhere where there is 2 or more computers that need to be networked would probably have some sort of work. I mean, point of sales at Walmarts crash, web servers crash or have errors, Work servers and VPNs need to be configured. **** even the basic having to run the network and set it up physically at new job sites.
I understand now days the software is much easier to use, but even then there is issues, and you have to know what ports to keep open etc.
I mean I don't know everything about the field but I understand the basics.
As for being a robot juggler, I thought about it, but the entry cost to replace my arms with robot ones is just to restrictive. Maybe in the near future when costs comes down. just maybe.
And After writing all this I realize your just trolling and I'm a noob.
Have you considered an ESL degree? That might be more worthwhile. I wasn't really joking, though, 50,000 kids with a better education will be able to your job remotely from Bangalore for $2 an hour. Companies are moving away from in house support, and in many ways away from in house networks. Get a real degree. Or don't. Learn a trade. Be a plumber, they do ok, and the skill set is surprisingly similar to what you're looking at now. You do have to occasionally deal with a lot of **** on the job...but not if you become a plumber! Hey! Try the veal.