Where can I find part time work as a Network Administrator/Network technician

Im currently a desktop support technician with 5 years experience, I recently got a A+ and a Network + certification within the last year. I was just wondering if anyone knew of part time or weekend style jobs in this area or even volunteer work. I do work a 40 to 60 hour week but im trying to use the knowledge I learned and not have it all slip away. Thanks for any advice.
visionary804
Asked Jan 17, 2013

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Organizations like churches and charities usually have a number of successful people in leadership roles. Volunteering will help you gain experience and it is a good way to meet people who might be willing to hire you permanently.
Rob
Answered Jan 18, 2013
If you're looking for a long term job it sounds like you have the experience. You can apply for companies like Medtronic, EcoLab... They have many departments within their company that fits the title and description you're qualified for. I think they require a college degree also but if you're really interested you should look into it!
meow02
Answered Jan 18, 2013
Edited Jan 18, 2013
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khushboo
Answered Aug 25, 2017

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