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Based on 1,637 responses, the job of Network Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Network Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Network Engineer?

March 2015
"Love my job."
Network Engineer:
Pros: Team work amazing people nobody slacks.
Cons: Nothing at all everything is amazing.
March 2015
"Learn to troubleshoot."
Network Engineer:
Learn the basics inside and out and really understand from the bottom up HOW and WHY systems and protocols work the way they do. Once you know that learning new technologies is much easier and troubleshooting becomes more intuitive.
April 2015
"Simply awesome and superlative."
Network Engineer:
Pros: Work Culture and the people.
Cons: Nothing is bad here.
April 2015
"This job is really interesting to do."
Network Engineer:
Pros: For network engineering skill upgrade and troubleshooting experience is very important.i m working with this field in a very interested manner so that I m experiencing lot in networking and gaining higher level of my experience.
May 2015
Network Engineer:
Pros: Interesting job. You must learn all life. Every new task is a big book which you need to read to be able to solve the problem.
Cons: Everybody thinks you're specialist of all IT tech in the world - which is impossible. Nobody knows how much time you need to spend to manage the problems they give you.
May 2015
"Vsat engineer."
Network Engineer:
Pros: New technology everday and new hardware.
Cons: Travelling and hard working hours.
May 2015
"Commissioning Engineer."
Network Engineer:
Pros: Love the opportunity to travel world-wide. I love that I get to do what I went back to school to learn; working with routers and switches, and making sure the network does its job by communicating to all devices as specified. I meet all kinds of people to work with on projects, whom I learn from.
Cons: Sometimes there are delays that impact my work. There can be down time between assignments.