Networking and engineering degrees have always been a good bet when it comes to ensuring a profitable career after college, but the shift to Web television could mean they’re more valuable than ever.
An Evolving Media
The media business as a whole is changing. Music is going digital, movies are available on more and more diverse formats, and television is now being streamed online more than ever.
The Internet is allowing all of these new forms of entertainment media to really excel. But to make content delivery via the Web possible, there needs to be engineers and technicians behind the scenes pulling the strings.
College Degree Opportunities
College Crunch recently wrote of the shift in media, and how it’s offering students currently at college plenty of opportunity to work in a field they’re interested in.
Universities are evolving alongside the new media, and therefore increasingly offering degrees in this field, including the chance to be a Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician.
Ensuring A Great Future Career
Networking majors are much sought after in the current climate, meaning a 90% placement rate within a college leavers chosen field is the reality of the situation. In other words, choosing this kind of degree is very sensible indeed.
With streaming media and Internet-based television likely to carry on its current upward trend, people starting college soon would be well-advised to consider where the TV business is headed rather than where it currently is.
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