Going Pro Interviewed Justin About Being a Computer Networking Technician

by Justin Ayers

Going Pro is a Michigan program that aims to increase interest and awareness in skilled trades.

Going Pro – A snippet from their website:

“The need for professional trade talent has never been greater. These highly skilled individuals are in extraordinary demand for careers in healthcare, information technology, advanced manufacturing, construction and automotive.”

Professional trades let you leverage your talents, work ethic and know-how to do things that matter. To help design and build our future in jobs that are vital to keeping Michigan healthy, strong and growing. And while these individuals are making a difference in the community, they are also bringing home the kind of paycheck that will make a difference in their lives.

Oh yeah, and if you’re still not convinced, these careers often require less schooling and less debt than a traditional four-year degree.”

The Interview

“Every bit of technology- which is more encompassing as time goes on, they all need networks to communicate… The further that we move toward this cloud solution for the majority of things, networks become more and more important.”

What is a Computer Network Support Specialist?

From their website-

Computer network support specialists analyze, test, troubleshoot and evaluate existing network systems, such as local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN) and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption.”

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