The information technology and services and financial services industries have been some of the most popular fields for students who have a network and system administrator degree to find themselves employed in after college. Close to a tenth of post grads start working as either systems administrators, programmers, or consultants, while others work as software engineers and systems engineers. Network and system administrator majors tend to utilize skills such as networking, active directory, troubleshooting, and windows server in their day-to-day practices.
The data to the right shines a light on several companies where network and system administrator graduates have started their careers after finishing school. These companies have historically been some of the most favorite employers for network and system administrator majors.
Network and system administrator job opportunities are available in numerous cities across the country, of which New York, New York has been one of the most popular, followed by Chicago in Illinois and Atlanta in Georgia. In fact, a significant amount of network and system administrator majors have chosen to stay in these massive urban hubs instead of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Dallas, Texas.