I'm currently working on my CCNA (R&S) certification and plan to get my CCNP (R&S) and CCIE (R&S). I also got my associates degree in networking administrator with a CompTIA A+ certification. I've came across this video saying that the IT industry is dying out and did some extra research and it seems like a lot of other professionals think the same, but then some others believe it's still a good career path. I guess my question is, what area in the IT industry is dying out and what area is booming or still useful for companies today?
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