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Database Administrator career info

Number of Jobs

17, 900

Median Salary

$77, 080

Unemployment Rate

3.6 percent

With information so readily available in this era of apps, tablets and social media, data has become the new treasure organizations must protect and cherish. More than anyone else, database administrators are relied on as the guardians of this treasure, implementing security measures to ensure sensitive data doesn't fall into the hands of unruly pirates while also managing the databases that help store and organize it. Database administrators – DBAs, for short – set up databases according to a company's needs and make sure they operate efficiently, fine-tuning, upgrading and testing modifications as needed. The job involves resolving complex issues, so attention to detail is an essential trait in this profession, as is a passion for problem-solving. Communication skills are also important since DBAs often work as part of a team with computer programmers and managers. Ongoing maintenance of a database requires being on call, and a quarter of DBAs work more than 40 hours a week. These professionals are employed in a wide range of settings in the public and private sectors, and some DBAs work as consultants to organizations.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 15.1 percent employment growth for database administrators between 2012 to 2022, an outlook that's promising but tempered significantly from the 30.6 percent growth projection for the industry just two years ago. Despite the scaled-back expectations, the profession's strong growth estimates and low unemployment rate helped database administrator land the No. 12 spot in our ranking of The Best Jobs of 2014.

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Best best with an Emachines desktop (now perhaps the company has changed but I'm guessing not that much) is to start from scratch. I know, I know... sounds drastic. But here's why.
Power Supply. Motherboard mounts.
EMachines (as do almost all the mainstream companies) tend towards proprietary motherboard mounts making standard ATX motherboards that 99% of the good motherboards are not mountable in their case. Same is true for the PSU and what's worse... they're bad and underpowered. Now maybe (and I've heard the claims) EMachines have tried to correct their performance... but if the machine is a Athon 1600 it's probably pre-dating any improvements

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