What IT certifications do you need to become an IT support Tech or Computer Systems Analyst?
I am looking to work in the business sector of the IT field. However, I am not sure what certifications I need besides the CCNA. I am also planning on getting my bachelors in information technology. So if someone can give me some suggestions as far as certifications and degrees I should go for, I would greatly appreciate it. Also, I would like to know how much can I expect to make in a corporate setting in NYC? Thank you
Asked By: Little Older, Much Wiser - 11/9/2010
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Support tech and a systems analyst are very different jobs. Do you want to work with the technology or analyze it? If you like systems and networking I'd say go the Cisco route, systems analyst do a lot of planning and such so they don't really get their hands dirty, so to speak.
Answered By: Boberelli - 11/12/2010
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