Network Administrators give their job an average rating of 3.8 out of 5.0. The Network Administrators happiest with their jobs are employed by US Postal Service with an average rating of 5.0 while the Network Administrators least happy with their jobs work for LifeMed ID with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"I love what I do and look forward to further development in my career."
"I love the work as a whole but dislike when something breaks, it's the NETWORK... all the time. lol."
"I love working with a team that respects me and will enact my ideas."
"I love the fact that I was doing what I was trained for, network administration. I also love that fact that I was being trained on the job for the development and management of new systems. The pay was great, the people great, the location great and the work was great. The only downfall was having to drive 52 miles to get to work and back. However, my overall happiness with this job far outweighed the travel distance. Also, it was too bad the company went out of business during the recent economy crash."
"At heart I am a problem solver and this gave me the opportunity to exercise that as well as help my customers."
"I'm working in this network administrator field from the begining. I love to work in this field. It's very rare to find genuine people who strive and work for the company. I'm really very thankful for all my team to cooperate in work to achieve the best."
"Love working with technology, love the challenge."
"I loved the challenges and opportunities. I hated nothing."
"What I love about Network Administration is the field is constantly evolving, so every day you find yourself with a new challenge and new technologies to learn about."
"It changes quite a bit, and challenging. You have to have a lot of tools and resources with years of experience to pull it off."
"I love system administration. It is my passion. I like working with others in a team, learning from each other. I am not fond of working lots of late nights and weekends and then expecting to work right along side with the other folks in the office as though I had a good night sleep. It would be nice if management would 'get' what we do."
"I love that there is a variety of things that can be learned due to the forever growing IT field. Cons to the position are that there are not enough individuals on IT staff, which can cause a backup and overload of task."
"Nothing... I absolutely love being a network professional. I get exposed to the latest and greatest technology."
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