GL man, ur gonna make good money when ur done fo sho.Working on my Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 640-802 certification, and A+ certification.
Oh definitely. Right now, I work as a field service technician specializing in unified voice and data communications systems. In other words, a telecom technician, and having that certification would definitely benefit me, especially when working for a very small company that has clients ranging both private sector and government agencies.GL man, ur gonna make good money when ur done fo sho.
The new MCSE certs don't relate to his career direction (the old MCSE doesn't either). I personally would go with CCNA & Security +, as it will open doors for DoD positions. I have A+ & Security+, each can easily be completed in 1-2 months.cisco is good, a+ is a waste. get msce instead of a+.