I've noticed a lot of sys admin jobs have been getting shipped over sees, I'd suggest getting something in a data center. They haven't found a way to have an indian replace a drive, swap cables or hardboot a server...yet. Entry level is always a good place to start though it seems they still want some sort of experience/education. Network admin usually require your CCNA, Unix admin positions will pretty much ask you what you are familiar with and in my experience, get paid a bit more than window admins, and window admins get asked for a MCSE, though you can usually just BS your way into a JR position as a win admin.
I myself am a Recovery specialist which pretty much means I know how to use netbackup and TSM which is enterprise backup and recovery software, as well as manage the hardware that goes along with it. (my job is also outsourceable)