Re: New Member Introduction
Hey, welcome to the forums! So many things you have to consider for something like that. E.g do you want to be going site to site, or working at a single location? Do you have good people skills, or would you prefer to work more with just routers/switches? Can you handle stressful situations well? Different areas in the field offer different levels/mixes of that kind of stuff.
For example, being a network engineer probably means you're going to have to drive around a lot, as well as being on call at later/earlier hours than is normal. Being a programmer means you wouldn't have to talk to many people and would probs have standard hours. Being a Network Administrator would mean you'd work out of a single location, but there'd be a lot more responsibility attached. etc.
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