A network engineering can be nice, well-paid and challenging. It also provides the opportunity to advance to other positions within an organization. Network engineers are the backbone of the IT infrastructure of companies. Large companies are able to employ many network engineers, while smaller companies often have to hire a consulting group. Network engineers are in charge of designing, installing, updating and solving any problem that may arise within a computer network. If you want to become a network engineer, you need to feel passion for computers, as well as develop incredible problem-solving skills.
Network Field Technician