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Working in telecommunication means that you will be responsible for exchanging information through electrical or sometimes, electronic strategies over a staggering distance. Do you think you have the ability to communicate effectively with your colleagues, seniors and other staff members? Our jobsite the helpful job search platform provides the best IT Telecom jobs as well as other relevant Telecom Careers. Read on to find out about some facts and figures of the Telecommunication industry.
We all know that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, but were you aware that he also worked in medical research fields and invented several techniques for teaching the deaf to speak? He also went on to become the founder of what has now become known as the ‘National Geographic Society’.
But let’s talk numbers. Did you know that by 2016 the Industry was employing 230,000 people? Also, there are 122 mobile subscriptions per 100 inhabitants. In addition, since we mentioned mobile subscribers, did you know that the most valuable telecommunications brands are Vodafone with a brand value of 18 billion pounds, followed by BT (11 billion), then Sky (10 billion), O2 (8 billion), 3 (7 billion) and EE (5 billion)?
Wait, there is more. Did you know that the average pay for a Telecoms Engineer in the UK is £37,700-81,400? As a Telecommunication Engineer, you will have the opportunity to supervise maintenance of telecommunications equipment. You will enjoy moments when you have to monitor and analyze system performance, such as network traffic, security, and capacity. Telecommunication Engineering jobs include an average salary of £31,787 which is £130 per day, therefore, meeting the national average wage. 70% of Telecoms Engineers said they were satisfied with their job and 46% said they find that their job makes the world a better place or helps to make someone else’s life better, making this a rewarding and beneficial career. Telecom jobs have many favourable work placements proportionate to Multimedia telecommunications systems integrator, Network Technician, Principal Consultant, and a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD).
Job types within the Telecoms sector offer you as an employee to hold many roles and responsibilities from a marketing specialist to a telephone operator. These positions of employment also include a set of circumstances as a Telecoms manager, support personnel, Customer service representatives as well as Installers and Technicians.
And last but not least, here is a quote, guess who said it!
‘The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place.’
They say that if you're an optimist, the glass is half full if you're a pessimist, it's half empty. If you're an engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be!