Information Technology - What certifications should I go after?
I recently graduated college with an A.S. in Information Technology - Network Administration. Right now I'm just working a help desk job and I absolutely hate every second of it. I want to get into an actual Network Administration job, but I think I'm being shot down because of only having an A.S. and not having any certifications. What certifications do you guys suggest for me to aim for to boost my resume. Right now, I'm thinking A+ and MCSE would probably be my best bet and then maybe a Novell certification. But, I would like some second opinions. Thanks.
Asked By: Tyson B - 4/13/2009
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Help desk should not be considered an IT job. Any high school drop-out can do this job. You kinda shot your self in the foot by taking that position. One Certification that will definitely help you get out is that mess is MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator). A+ will help a little, but it is more for... More
Answered By: Ben - 4/13/2009
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dude, try getting a cisco certification
Answered By: Francis - 4/13/2009
If you already have degree in networks then best thing is for you go for any cisco certifications best certification all around the world and the benefit of this certification is that you get a good job anywhere in the world on behalf of your cisco certification. Best of Luck ! http://www.testking.biz
Answered By: Mike J - 4/14/2009
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