I want to get a job in the computer field and, I like to set up and configure routers to get the most out of them, and I like to monitor things. Like wireless networks, and make sure they're running up to their full power. Is this the right job for me? If it is, I was thinking of becoming a Certified Cisco Network Engineer, because they offer a chance to take the test at my high school. Please Help!
Iam a MASTER,s degree holder in communication systems . i recently completed ccna. i was wondering if ccna would really be of any help in job of a telecom network engineer. please help me .also i got a job presently as a network engineer (basically job of ip,lan,wan,s) will this experiance be of any help to get into the telecom network engineer job or even the telecom industry.
I have been thinking and I want to do something in networking most likely become a network engineer. Would taking networking classes at my local jc be bad? and do i need to get my ccna?
Just a thought as to if i come out of Uni with an Accountants degree and want to switch to the IT field what qualification would i need to get a job in CISCO networking and where would i get it and how much would it cost?. Also would i get employed for the job and what is the starting salary?
I'm 13 years old and pick my GCSE Options in January. I'm deciding what i actually want to do later on.
A Network Engineer or a Chef
I am interested in becoming a network engineer and quite frankly I do not have the money to attend college.I am pretty good with computers and I am sure I can study and learn enough and practice daily and read to pass certs. I do intent on going to college later for cs but right now it doesn't look so likely. So would that work?
I am currently in the Navy working with IT. After I get out I am starting on a Bacholers program in Information Technology. When I graduate I will have my Network+, CCNA, and MCSE certifications.
During college I will be able to work, "Basic Networking jobs" because of my time in the Navy.
IF I kept on this path, could I eventually become a Network Engineer, or is there something else I need?
I would rather work with networking and hardware then concentrating on the programming and software. Any suggestions? I plan on going to the local tech college and gettng an A.S. computer networking and obtaining various certificates that would allow me to take the Cisco exams. I would like to work my self up to be considered a network engineer.
First hand experience (both positive and negative) is greatly appreciated.
I want to become a computer engineer, I'm currently learning A+ from TestOut's CompTIA's A+ program.
What are the requirments of becomming a computer engineer?
What math level do I need and crap like that?
Where can I find a computer engineering job? (Near San Jose)
Are there any programs(not books) out there that can help me? (Even ones that you have to buy)
I want to be a hardware engineer, where I design parts and build them and crap.
I already have a degree in electrical engineering and I want to get a higher qualification before I start working as a networking engineer.
Is it better to get a Masters degree or complete CCNA and CCNP?
If a person has a Bachelor's degree and a CCNA, is he able to to apply for a position as a Network Engineer. Or will he most likely get a job in IT support/Help Desk.
Assuming the person has no experience.
I'm currently going to school to get my 2-year degree in IT Network Admin.
After I get my A.A.S I wanna go for my Bachelors and be a Network Engineer.
Would some of credit/classes transfer over to my other major? Or would I have to do a whole 4-years over?
(Btw, All my class credits are transferable.)
I am a B.E student(comp sc). I passed out in 2008. I have interview for accentur where the pay pack is 10k-12k /pm. They have 2 rounds of interview . one is telephonic and another one is technical.IS this a call center kind of job? As a B.E student does this work experience count?
Any other jobs an information technologist can do these days without undergoing the torture of programming?
My local jc offers cisco networking certification, and some other computer classes, i am interested in web page design. what classes or certifications are highly valued in the work force?
I have 3 years of experience working as a systems/network engineer, and I am also cisco certified network programmer. If anybody can help me in this, I would really appreciate it. I would like to know the ways I could approach in getting the visa and a company who can sponser the visa for me. I do not have any relatives living there.
I am not sure how to go about the process? Should I go to a Technical School or do the studying on my own? How long is the average time to get your CCNA? What is the difference between CCNA and CCENT? What kind of jobs can I get with a CCENT? CCNA? Please Help me ASAP!!!!! Thank you for all your help.
So, at my school. i have the option of taking cisco networking. it goes all the way until cisco 4. All the classes are college credits. so, if i do complete it all, is cisco a good field to get in for a career? Any idea on pay?
p.s. i know im going to have to further my studies of cisco networking in college in the future. thankyou for the answers!
I'm 15, I am struggling to decide on some career options. I am torn between law and telecommunications. One of the jobs I am interested in is a Network Engineer but I am not 100?ure of what they do. I understand that they setup and configure networks for clients but I have many holes in my knowledge. Do they have to know Linux, windows, mac? If so, to what extent? How long would I be in education for until I reach the qualifications required? And what qualifications do I need? Thanks!
What is the name of a job that all I do is program all day? And what are all the salaries for it/them? By the way I'm 14 so I'm just trying to look ahead and any tips would be greatly appreciated!