Careers in Network Engineering

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Jan 15, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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With businesses relying more and more on computer networks to store and transfer information, network engineers have become increasingly important. This career guide helps readers understand what's involved in a vocation as network engineer, from education to finding employment. Sidebars support the narrative, and a thorough resources section gives readers all they need to continue exploring this increasingly important career.
 

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Contents

Introduction
5
What Is Network Engineering?
15
Education
23
Getting Certified
32
On the Job
42
Where the Jobs Are
50
Turning Pro
59
Glossary
67
Bibliography
74
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Robert Grayson is the author of many lively, topical books for young adults. An award-winning former daily newspaper reporter and cable-TV talk show host, Robert also writes magazine articles on arts and entertainment for national publications. He has helped organize, promote and publicize major craft shows in the Northeast, including a Judaica showcase, and is an avid craft collector.

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