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Based on 83 responses, the job of Network Specialist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.87 out of 5. On average, Network Specialists are highly satisfied with their job.
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April 2015
"Good learner."
Network Specialist:
Be adaptive.
July 2015
"Work Life Balance."
Network Specialist:
Pros: Commuting time is less, work life balance.
Cons: Boring profile.
September 2015
"Flexible Learning Environment."
Network Specialist:
Pros: Learning environment is positive and always has room for growth. Mentally simulating figuring out Networking problems whether its related to an IP scheme or inputting commands in order to interconnect all devices and end users.
Cons: The parking space is always crowded.
February 2016
"Gaming Engineer."
Network Specialist:
Pros: M2M technology with exposure to IP environment and Linux systems administration.
Cons: At times it can be slow and redundant.
January 2019
"Great Work\Little Pay."
Network Specialist in Lafayette:
Pros: I have the freedom to do what I need to do to get my job done.
Cons: I am underpaid by a lot.
May 2019
Network Specialist in Edmonton:
Company was not run well after the Wipro acquisition. Benefits started to be reduced and massive layoffs took place over the last 3 years only to have positions filled by resources over seas instead of locally. Everything is a numbers game to them.
August 2020
"Love being technical."
Network Specialist in Kuwait City:
Pros: A lot of Practical stuff and less paperwork
Cons: Dependency on Govt. Sector for contract renewal.