Growth in Telecommunications Industry Leads to New Recruitment & Work Opportunities

1.11.2016, Written by Annie Wang

Telecommunications sector growth sparks surge in recruitment and work opportunities for technicians, service provides, freelancers, and independent contractors.The growing demand for wireless data and connectivity has led to an unprecedented surge in the telecommunication industry. According to a 2015 report by professional services firm, Deloitte, 4G networks could account for more than $150 billion in GDP growth over the next few years alone. This ongoing rise in data usage has forced carriers to shift focus from coverage to capacity, and as such, the adoption of high density networks (micro-sites, small cells, WiFi integration, and data traffic) has pushed the telecom industry to adjust its supply chain and service industries.

The cost of locating, vetting, and onboarding full-time employees needed to fulfill these changing demands has increased dramatically and the need for a highly distributed and skilled field force is immediate. Field Nation is currently seeking technicians experienced with Avaya IP Office telephony for hundreds of work opportunities issued by a leading telecommunications solutions provider.

If you or anyone you know has Avaya IP Office v. R9.1.4., go here to start the recruitment. Providers will be automatically added to a Preferred Provider list and have first pick of jobs in their area. Technicians can also be considered for future opportunities in the telecommunications industry and boost their chances of being included in telco-related searches by updating their Field nation profile to reflect new skills.