Telecommunications is the transmission of information over significant distances and used to adopt methods such as smoke signals and signal flags. However, with the advancement in technology, telecoms uses electrical devices such as fibre optics and telephones to transmit data.
If you go online and enter a search for telecoms jobs you will literally get thousands of results. Telecommunications is major part of how many businesses operate. We all will have heard of the new fibre optic broadband that companies are advertising. This is a prime example of how telecoms have changed throughout the years.
Telecoms have become a global industry, resulting in a large number of telecoms jobs becoming available worldwide. Therefore, if you are someone who is considering moving abroad to gain employment, telecoms skills and experience could be exactly you need to help eliminate some of the entry barriers that countries have in place.
How do I get a Telecoms Job?
Technojobs have a wide range of telecoms jobs available in a number of locations across the world.
The UK telecoms market is one that would be extremely attractive to not only Britons but also other English speaking people with telecommunications experience. The UK market offers healthy salaries for telecoms workers. Obviously, when searching for telecoms jobs in foreign countries it is essential that you understand the average cost of living over there and compare you potential salary to what you could earn at home. Is it worth your while?
There are a variety of different positions available within telecoms in the United Kingdom, below is a list of a few along with the average wage per annum:
Telecoms Analyst - £45,000 p. a
Telecoms Developer £47,000 p. a
Telecoms Engineer - £35,000 p. a
We have all heard of the global recession that has occurred over the past few years. Even though in the UK we are technically out of recession, growth is still at an extremely low rate and consequently unemployment rates are still high in a large number of More Economic Developed Countries (MEDC), such as America.
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