An associate’s degree in network administration can lead to a career in multiple related fields. Growth in the majority of technology sectors is expected to continue, with an 18% rise of opportunities in all computer occupations predicted from 2012-22, and it is likely that qualifications in this area will become more valuable in line with this growth in demand. Increasingly, businesses in all industries are making use of computer networks and require a knowledgeable administrator within the company. Some of the positions you may be able to apply for following graduation include:
These job titles are just a snapshot of the kind of positions which are attainable using an associate’s degree in network administration. Some of the more senior positions in this field may require further study, such as gaining a bachelor’s degree, but practical experience is also highly prized in this industry. There are many jobs suitable for those with an associate’s degree, which can be used to work your way up the career ladder in this industry.
Due to the nature of this work, the value of your degree qualification is dependent on your knowledge remaining current. While it provides a solid grounding and demonstrates a certain level of expertise to prospective employers, you will need to ensure that your knowledge is up to speed with relevant developments in technology.
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