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Architecture is another career that would require more education. But you like numbers. You like the order and design of the world around you. And you could learn CAD more quickly than you learned subnetting.
Architecture is one of those fields where the sky could literally be the limit. You could spend some time in the great outdoors. You would be using the numbers you love so dearly, you would have a modicum of control over your own fate — perhaps being self-employed — and you wouldn't have to deal with downed networks, failover, end users and lazy programmers.
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