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Q: What is it like working as a Telecommunications Network Engineer?

October 2014
"Routing Protocals."
Telecommunications Network Engineer:
Read a lot about new technologies and immerse yourself into it.
December 2014
"Just migrated from Alcatel Lucent."
Telecommunications Network Engineer:
Pros: Management.
Cons: Promotion concept is not clear.
September 2015
"Don't be afraid."
Telecommunications Network Engineer:
Count on getting the answers wrong sometimes, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't speak up, speak out, and give your best advice. Career advancement is more a matter of how your peers view the work you do than any given boss you might have at any given time. It's your reputation for truthfulness, fairness, hard work, good memory, common sense, follow-up, follow-through, and helping others which will get you through the constant rips of old technologies for new. If you're not a risk taker, you need to find other work. You will always be frustrated in your career advancement if you cannot abandon old skills, languages, or structures for the new. Good luck.
July 2016
"Can be stressful."
Telecommunications Network Engineer:
Pros: There is room to progress, further study in encouraged and there is room to progress within the company.
Cons: Can be stressful, high pressure and multiple projects running at the same time.
November 2018
Telecommunications Network Engineer:
Neotel, now Liquid Telecom is by far best telecommunication company to work for.The culture, the business models, the room for growth, and the allowance for technology and best practice explorations is so futuristic. I love it...
November 2018
"Weather is very hard at times."
Telecommunications Network Engineer in Rochester:
Pros: The people
Cons: Weather and Pay
January 2019
"I work for the client."
Telecommunications Network Engineer in New York:
Pros: I’m stationed with a challenging client who pushes my abilities
Cons: Little communication with corporate