Prospects for Network Analysts Network Analysts are required in most industry verticals, such as e-commerce, defense, and utilities, among others. As their skill sets are in demand in most countries, they get opportunities to work on-sites abroad. Demand for computer network architects is predicted to increase six percent during the ten-year period 2016-2026, as organizations will look to grow their information technology (IT) networks continuously, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). 
Education Qualifications and Other Requirements The education requirement for a network analyst depends on the type and complexity of the job; for a low-profile associate degree, any relevant certificate is enough, but when applying for large organizations, bachelor’s degree is essential in a field related to computer science and information technology. If candidates possess a master’s degree, it adds value to them in the competitive market. 

Network Analyst Salary As network analysts gain experience, their wages increase considerably over time. The annual pay of a Network Analyst is $58,721 per year in the United States. If they freelance, they can earn about $23.04 on an average, according to