I am 45 years of age and I have decided to get Cisco certification and find an IT job so I can get out of my current go-nowhere warehouse job. I have given myself 3 years to accomplish this. I will be 48 years of age when I start pounding the pavement with a resume in hand job-hunting. What do you think of my prospects? I don't have a whole lot of expectations of moving up the company/pay ladder once I get the job. I have a sense of my limitations age- and experience-wise. I would be happy with an entry level job doing more of the labor side of the job like pluggin in cables and lifting/moving routers and stuff like that. It's a foot in the door and if I do well then good, if not I will be happy just as well. What do you think? AM I being unrealistic? Are there networking related jobs that are more geared toward the labor side of the field rather than the more technical network monitoring and upkeep? What are their job-titles?