Proposal to Pursue a Career in Network and Computer Systems Administrator
This proposal is to encourage high school student to pursue a career in network and computer systems administrator. Scope This report present information on network and computer systems administrator, a description of the career, the advantages of the career and the reasons to pursue a career in the professional field.
Network or computer systems administrators design, install and support and organization’ LAN (local-area network), WAN (wide-area network), network segment, internet or intranet system. In this field the professional provide day to day onside administrative support for software users in a variety of work environments, including professional offices, small business, government and large corporations. There’s a wide range of skills required, and there are many paths of entry to a job as a systems administrator.
Many employers seek applicants with bachelor’s degrees, although it’s not necessarily in a computer related field. Entry level network and computer systems administrators are involved in routine maintenance and monitory of computer systems, typically working behind the scenes in an organization.
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After gaining experience and expertise, they often are able to advance into more senior level position. Motivation I have been interested in the It career for about two years now.
One of my family members is working in the network and computer systems administration field and he has been encouraging me to continue my education in this field. He describes his daily schedule and it has made me become interested in the field. He has been showing some of the work he and I have been enjoying the hands on practice. I started troubleshooting and diagnosing on my computer and immediate family members with my cousins help and realized that I really enjoyed doing this kind of work.
His encouragement has prompted me to continue my education to become a network and computer systems administrator. PROPOSAL High seniors should continue their education and pursue a career in network and computer administrator because: 1. Employment of the network and computer systems administrators is expected to increase by 27 percent from 2006 to 2016, that means is growing faster than the average for all occupations. 2. Median annual earnings of network and computer systems administrator were $62,130 in may of 2006 and the highest ten percent earned more than $97,080. Job Growth The job growth for computer support specialist is due to the fast development of technology. Computer networks have become an integral part of business, and demand for this profession will increase as companies continue to invest in new technologies. The extensive use of electronics and the increasing use of mobile technologies mean that more companies will use the internet to conduct business online. This growth means there will be a need for systems administrators who can help businesses use technology to communicate with employees, clients, and consumers.
Earnings The industries that employed the most network and computer systems administrators paid the following median salaries: •Wired telecommunication carriers: $65,120. •Computer systems design: $63,710. •Management of companies and enterprises: $61,600 •Elementary and secondary schools: $54,120 •Colleges and universities: $51,170 By pursuing a career in network and computer systems administrator you will be able to obtain a position after graduating from college because of the high demands for this profession and other advantages as follow: 1.
Computer systems administrators work in well-lighted, comfortable offices or computer laboratories. 2. Work in a variety of environments, including professional offices, small businesses, government organizations and large corporations. 3. Normally work about 40 hours a week and sometimes can work from home. 4. Constantly interacting with customers and fellow employees for better open communication. 5. Annual earnings are more than what average occupations make yearly. Instructions to Pursue Career in Network and Computer Systems Administrator . Research for accredited colleges and universities that offer both on campus and online degree programs 2. Talk to an Academic Counselor 3. Apply for the college 4. Apply for financial aid 5. Go to the orientation 6. Talk to an Academic Counselor, ask questions, and decide on classes 7. Register for classes 8. You are ready to start your classes to pursue a career in network and computer systems administrator! This information would presented by using Microsoft Power Point to grasp the audience attention.
With the slide presentation the audience will be able to see and hear at the same time what is being presented. I would use the visuals to keep the audience’s attention and entertained so they won’t be bored. I would have questions for students before the presentation and encourage them to listen and interact during the presentation to earn some prizes and to keep the student engaged. I don’t believe high school students can not sit and listen to a lecture for a long period of time. From my own experience I only remember presentations that had visuals and some type of interactions with the audience.