Certified Database Administrator (DBA) Education

“Database Administration deals with the responsibility of maintaining databases with back-end support. Studying to be a database administrator requires consis…”

Eligibility:  As the name implies, the main job of the database administrator is to administer the databases and record sets of a business organization. They want to design and develop appropriate databases to store the information. All the data stored in the databases should be maintained in organized way according to the designed structure.

Job Prospects: The job prospects are expected to be good for the entry level candidates with a bachelor’s degree in any computer or information technology related majors. As the business world is in demand of technical professionals for storing and organizing their datasets, candidates with strong technical knowledge and professional certification can find suitable career options.

Expected Job Growth: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the employment opportunities of database administrators (DBA’s) is expected to increase by 31 percent from 2010 to 2020. The median annual wages of database administrators (DBA’s) were $73,490 in May 2010.

Database administrator or DBA’s holds the responsibility of maintaining all the records and other financial information in well organized way. Confidentiality of all the financial information is ensured by these professionals.

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