Become a business Intelligence Specialist
Database Administrators (DBA's) help companies manage information by identifying the best way to organize, store and present data according to user needs. More significantly, they ensure that the data available to users is accurate and secure from unauthorized access.
The corporate database is the heart of key business systems that drive payroll, manufacturing, sales and more, so database administrators are recognized—and rewarded—for playing a crucial role in an organization's success. Aside from high salary potential, DBA roles offer the personal satisfaction of solving business problems and seeing (in real-time) how your hard work benefits the firm.