Is Geek Squad a good entry level IT job?
I am an advanced repair agent at the Geek Squad. I am hoping to eventually become a double agent (one who drives the cars), but I was just wondering if I am wasting my time. Any suggestions?
You are working, and that's the important thing. You are gaining experience and hopefully gathering knowledge and skills. Whether you're wasting your time or not, I wouldn't know what to say. The important thing is to know how to "sell" yourself when you want to move on. And by that I mean, how you present yourself, what you write on your resume, how do you prove and demonstrate the skills you have, and so on.
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