That's kind of true in a way. I mean, it's important in the fact that it helps pay the bills, but the actual job duties at the moment are kind of silly. A third grader could do what I'm doing, minus the driving part. All I do is drive to assigned bank branches, go to the server room and wait for a tech from a different company to configure a small router. Once he confirms it's on the network, my job is to plug a small cat 5 patch cable from the router over to this small black box on a shelf, then call a number and confirm the box can be seen on the network, and I'm done. That's it! Too bad it's only a temporary job.