Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) Advice

Q: What is it like working as a Support Technician, Information Technology (IT)?

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in Jefferson City:
"Pay."
Not paid the same as others doing the same job in this state.

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in Tulsa:
"It is more about your effort than your knowledge."
Be more willing to learn on the job rather than coming in as a know it all.

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in Bethlehem:
"Fullfilling."
Pros: I enjoy solving issues for people, and be the go to guy for technical issues. I enjoy the challenge of solving puzzling issues that occur unexpectedly. I like learning how to configure and manipulate systems, and then developing new solutions to improve workflows.
Cons: My job is currently for a non profit organization that prefers to offers us flexible hours, and great benefits rather then a higher pay wage. I would kill for a better salary, and work harder and longer hours for this employer, but they don't work that way. This lower pay rate has my personal life on edge as we move forward planning the future with our new baby.

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in Oklahoma:
"IT Technician at Sugar Creek Casino."
Pros: The flexible schedule. The stress-free environment.
Cons: The pay. Other employees. The hierarchy.

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in St. Clair Shores:
"Love the field."
Pros: I like working with people, solving problems and getting things bank to working condition.
Cons: No room at company for growth, refusal of all raises requested, stress, poor communication.

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in Wheeling:
"Tough."
Pros: Keeps me busy and focused.
Cons: The workload.

Support Technician, Information Technology (IT) in Fort Wayne:
Pros: Problem solving and teamwork.
Cons: