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Network/Systems Analyst

What does a network/systems analyst do?

Network/systems analysts are computer experts who prepare computers in a network, which enables the computers to be able to work together and share information. Analysts make hardware and software configurations for businesses by analyzing their needs in order to help them achieve their network system goals.

What do I need to get a network/systems analyst job?

The majority of professionals in these career fields hold Bachelor’s degrees computer science, information systems, engineering, or a related field.

HCC’s 2-Year AA degree Computer Science provides the first two years of a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.

What is the median salary of a network/systems analyst?

  • $112,690
Information Technology Careers
1. Stock/Office Clerk
2. Data Entry Keyer
3. Support Specialist Level 1
4. IT Internships
5. Computer Repair Technician
6. Support Specialist Level 2-3
7. Support Manager
8. Web Developer
9. Programmer (Jr.)
10. QA Tester (Jr.)
11. Database Administrator Intern
12. Network/Systems Analyst
13. Network/Systems Administrator
14. Network Architect
15. Information Systems Manager
16. Technical Writer
17. Programmer
18. QA Analyst/Tester
19. Database Administrator
20. Systems Software Developer
21. Applications Developer
22. Cyber-Security Analyst
23. Cyber-Security Intern
24. Network/Systems Intern
25. Network/Systems Administrator Intern
26. Network Support Specialist
27. Training Specialist
28. Cyber-Security Student Co-op
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