What certifications do i need to get a job as an IT guy in an office?
I really need a career, not some retail job like ive had for quite some time. I have an associates degree already, but not one that can transfer to a college to get a bachelors. it is from a trade school. What kind of certifications will get me into the door as an IT guy? Also is that all i need to start applying to places is the certifications? thanks alot. Jim.
Asked By: kleraudio - 4/1/2007
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Personally I would look at A+ certification, MCSE's and similar. In IT I never found that the degree route was a practical solution for an IT guy... More
Answered By: karnautrahl - 4/9/2007
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If you enjoy troubleshooting computer hardware and software problems you might want to look at becoming a PC technician. This is an office based position that has a fair amount of interaction with users (e.g. they call you when they have a problem and then thank you profusely when you are able to solve their problem... More
Answered By: RG2000 - 4/6/2007
If you want to get a decent job in IT and not entry level such as a cable puller or one on the help desk, you would be in a better position if you had a BA in Computer Science and then work on getting your certifications. I would consider going back to school since you only seem to an a BA from an occupational college... More
Answered By: annazzz1966 - 4/8/2007
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