Earning your degree in computer network engineering is just the first step for you to pursue a career in the field. In addition, it is important that you:
Gain IT experience
The diploma will put your foot in the door, but that is not always enough. Learning IT skills at work is essential to becoming a network engineer and will make you well-liked in the market.
First, know that it is important that you build a network foundation. A technical support or IT support function at a basic level is also a great way to develop fundamental skills in the field.
Look for good places to gain experience. If necessary and possible, also volunteer for small businesses or friends. Search for an internship and we also recommend that you set up your own computer or network project.
With these attitudes, you will gain skills, also expand your portfolio and have something to present in concrete job interviews.
After acquiring basic IT skills, also look for network positions that are most relevant. Work as a junior computer network engineer or network analyst, this will help you get more experience.
Also try to work on as many projects as possible and offer to take on new tasks. Also, make connections with the engineers.