You can call it computer networking jobs or computer networking careers, the truth is if you wake up and love what you do, that’s all that matters.
What's so attractive about these computer networking jobs is that you really have a lot of options and career paths to choose from.
1.) Earn money as part-time or full-time
2.) Start a promising high paying career
3.) Become self-employed as a computer networking consultant or open a computer repair shop.
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It’s my personal opinion that you start where you feel most comfortable since some people have an entrepreneur’s mindset and would like to start a business right away.
The experience you will gain from working for a company or as an IT consultant is priceless.
I recommend to start as an employee in one of the promising IT careers I will cover shortly. While you work as an employee, you can build your clientele in your off time from work and gain more experience.
You will have two sources of income and will be on your way to start a successful business.
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If you're planning on entering a career in IT, it is important to learn about the many networking jobs and the qualifications they usually require.
Please note that every company has their own job requirements and specific type of network. One company may require an a+ and network + certification alone, while another may require Linux+, MCSE or MCITP certifications.
Some networks might only run Microsoft servers while other would run Linux based servers.
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