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F5 women share career advice: Natalia, Jenny, Moran, Kristen

 February 12, 2019

F5 Networks has recently been celebrated as one of Fortune Magazine's Most Admired Companies - and it's thanks to the hard work and dedication of its 4,500 employees, many of whom are talented and impressive women. Meet four women who are thriving at F5 and who have some great advice for people wanting to pursue a career in their line of work.

Natalia, Network Support Engineer, F5 Poland  

Natalia shares advice with future F5ers.

“Be a learner to be an expert. No one starts as an expert, but anyone can become one," says Natalia. We couldn’t agree more! 



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Jenny, Senior Expedited Services Specialist, F5 Singapore

Jenny enjoys working across teams to resolve challenges. She shares the following advice for people who are new to her line of work.

 "Patience is a virtue. Take time to understand your customers and their needs," says Jenny.



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Moran, Senior Technical Trainer, F5 Tel Aviv

Helping others to learn and grow is her favourite part of working at F5. And her advice?

"Always listen to the needs of individual employees," adds Moran.



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Kristen, Senior Global Campaign Manager in Security Marketing

Kristen loves working with her team.

“The most challenging – but most interesting – part of this job is that the security landscape is always changing," explains Kristen.



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Join talented women like Natalia, Jenny, Moran and Kristen at F5

F5 Networks values diversity across its workforce and actively encourages talented female candidates to search and apply for exciting career opportunities in global locations such as Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Seattle, Singapore and more.


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