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Top Industries hiring Network Administrators

  1. Information Tech
  2. Gaming
  3. Finance/Insurance
  4. Telecommunications
  5. Sports

Top Skills for Network Administrators

  1. Python
  2. Java
  3. C++
  4. C

Network Administrator Jobs in Chicago

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Network Administrators are skilled professionals who manage the day-to-day operations of a network. They are responsible for diagnosing and fixing any problems as well as handling hardware and software upgrades. They also optimize network to improve performance, update security permissions and may train users in the use of software or hardware.

With more companies making the transition to cloud computing and storage, computer networks have grown to become a critical part of almost any modern organizations across different industries—especially within the sectors of information technology, finance, insurance and education. Most Network Administrators work in full-time positions, averaging more than 40 hours every week. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), job employment for administrators will grow up to 6% by 2026.

Living and Working in Chicago

Chicago has a highly diverse economy driven by transportation, printing, publishing and manufacturing sectors. The Chicago Metropolitan Area houses over two dozen Fortune 500 companies, including Walgreens, Boeing and Allstate Corporation. Chicago is also a major financial capital. The city is home to a Federal Reserve Bank and several major exchanges, including the NYSE Arca, Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and the Chicago Stock Exchange.

Chicago experiences its best weather from May through September. Most of the city is connected by expressways and an affordable transit system. The city's urban space is divided into several unique neighborhoods, including Lincoln Park, South Loop, Logan Square and Lakeview, the location of Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.

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Top Industries hiring Network Administrators

  1. Information Tech
  2. Gaming
  3. Finance/Insurance
  4. Telecommunications
  5. Sports

Top Skills for Network Administrators

  1. Python
  2. Java
  3. C++
  4. C