Network administration involves the installation, configuration, and support of computer and telecommunications networks. These can include LAN (local area networks), WANs (wide area networks), Internet access, and more.
Key Traits: Analytical and problem solving skills, monitoring, mathematical skills.
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree (entry-level).
Where Network Administration Is Needed: Small and large businesses, schools and hospitals, government departments, etc.
Projected Growth Through 2018**:
78,900 new jobs, or 23% growth rate nation-wideii