|you are right..but many are saying that in networking field one cant get over 70k per month |
Did you perhaps mean "70k per year"? I suspect so.
First, do some research by looking at job offers in your area. Don't rely on what somebody told you. I can tell you I make 250k a year. That doesn't make it true (it's not). Doing your own research like I advised you is the only way to form an accurate idea of what average salaries in your area are.
I know of no programmers who make over 100k a year and there are at least 10 working where I work. I know what each of them makes and it's not above 90k a year.
Their direct bosses, the supervisors of the departments they work in are making around 100k a year. If I'm not misaken, either just under 100k a year or 100k on the nose. It's worth mentioning, those supervisors are people with a minium of a university degree and around 10 years experience in the field. The programming positions require a degree and 5 years experience.
This is western Canada. The same jobs could pay more, or less, in a different area of Canada and most certainly will in the US and other parts of the world.
Also keep in mind, nobody starts at the top. You have to work your way up. While the maximum pay for a position may well be 100k a year, you're probably starting around 50k a year and it'll take you 10 to 15 years working in the same place to get up to the maximum.
How much you make is also relevant to where you live. Wages here in Canada tend to be higher than in the US. Mind you, so is the cost of living so there's your trade off. On a direct comparison though, I would suspect they'd work out to about the same all things considered.
All that aside. If you have what it takes to be a programmer but don't enjoy the work, it doesn't matter how much you make, you're going to find over time that you hate your job and likely, hate your life too.
Trust me on this, it's better to earn a little less and be happy than to earn more and not be.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.