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Some Reasons You Should Include Networking Technology in You

Postby gregorymboelter » Thu, 04 Jan 2018 06:58:48 -0500

If you are just planning a career or considering a career change, here are some reasons you should include networking technology in your studies:

* Best Opportunities

Several types of roles exist in the computer networking field, each with varying salaries, and long-term career potential.The basic job titles one sees for computer networking &networking-related positions include:

* Network Specialist
* Network Technician
* Network Administrator
* Network Analyst
* Network Manager
* Network Engineer

* Room for Upward Mobility

Due to a networking job being in high demand, landing one of the above roles means you are on a good career path. In most workplaces, staying on as a network administrator for several years can mean acquiring new skills, which will enable you to move into higher positions, such as a systems analyst or a network engineer.

* Be Part of a Company's Growth

In a world where every business and industryheavily rely on computers, a tech glitch or a server crash can set a company back significantly. By learning Computer Networking skills and acquiring knowledge in this field, an employee will be able to keep a company's information safe andsecure and keep their systems intact and up-to-date.
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