A growing number of administrators are demanding to be given the same rights and responsibilities as other IT professionals.
But it’s not just about paying taxes, they are also concerned about having to deal with potential security breaches.
As the number of IT professionals increases, so do the demands, with many demanding greater privacy, security and confidentiality from their network.
According to an infographic from ITsecurity, in the first half of 2018, nearly 9,000 IT professionals were fired due to cyber incidents, with a third of those workers reporting a cyber-related incident.
But, as the infographic states, the IT industry is changing, and the need for more network security experts is rising.
The infographic also points to the increasing demand for security and privacy professionals, as well as the increasing demands for network admins, as a growing demand for the roles is expected to grow.
A survey by KPMG found that while network admins have seen an increase in demand in the last two years, there is still room for growth in demand for IT security and protection.
A growing number is turning to the IT sector for their expertise, as there are more IT security jobs than network admins in the US.
According the survey, a third or more of the top-earning network administrators are IT security professionals.
In fact, the most highly paid network admins are also security and administrative professionals, with salaries rising in line with their responsibilities.
The survey found that IT security, information security and IT administration was the most popular IT security roles for IT professionals, while the most commonly used IT administration roles were network administrators and security and management experts.
The number of network admins rose from 10 percent in 2017 to 15 percent in 2018.
However, while there are currently fewer network admins than network administrators, the demand for such a position is expected increase.
The report also found that network admins’ salaries increased 2.5 percent from 2017 to 2018, and while the number has been trending downwards for the last few years, it is expected that it will grow in 2018 due to the hiring trend.
In 2018, the average salary for a network admin was $86,600, while a network administrator with two years of experience made $97,700.