What Does a Network Engineer Do?
Network engineers design and implement computer networks for their employers. A network engineer can find work in any organization that needs a computer network, which nowadays, is the vast majority of employers. They can be employed by businesses in the private sector, government agencies, nonprofits, and more.
Some employers differentiate between the role of a network engineer (builds networks) and the role of a network architect (designs networks), although the positions are also often synonymous. Network engineers are also responsible for maintaining and upgrading networks they build, as well as fixing problems when they occur.
Several senior network engineer are available in top freelance marketplace. The profession is one of the most rewarding ones, with engineers getting promoted to other IT positions being the usual practice.