December 23, 2020

The Ins and Outs of an IT Networking Degree

By B&SC Blog Team

The Ins and Outs of an IT Networking Degree

Most industries depend on computers as a critical component of their operations.

For job seekers, that means there are a lot of different places you can find work in networking. How well you do, and how much you earn, however, is up to you.

Depending on the employer, the job titles and job descriptions for network and computer system administrators can be interchangeable.

The basic job titles for the industry, according to are:

Network Administrator: Responsible for maintaining the company’s in-house network and troubleshooting problems.

Network (Systems) Engineer: Focuses on system upgrades.

Network (Service) Technician: May be the same or similar to an engineer job at some firms. Often travels to remote sites to perform field upgrades and service.

Network Programmer/ Analyst : Writes software programs

Network Systems Managers: Is the supervisor for all the other network jobs

The sweetest part of this career field may be that the median pay landed at

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