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Is there any chance to get high profile job after completing the MCSE exam conducted by Microsoft ?
ASKED: December 1, 2009  8:26 AM
UPDATED: August 26, 2013  4:56 PM

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What is your definition of high-profile? I know I doubled my income within two years of receiving my MCSE. It can’t hurt to get it.

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  • Denny Cherry
    Getting a certification will not by it self lead to money and a cool job. That requires a lot of experience. However having a certification will help and make you look like a more attractive candidate to some employers. Some people like having employees who are certified, some don't care. Personally I've got about a dozen Microsoft certifications. I have no idea if they help me get jobs or not.
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  • Technochic
    MCSE alone will not mean as much as MCSE with some experience. If you have no experience you may have to start in a lower position, prove yourself, and then you will be eligible for a hogher profile position. We have 2 MCSE team members and one of them is still a level 1, the other is a level 2 position.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    Absolutely! It all depends on everything you do to improve yourself - your soft skills - that no degree or certification would ever help you with. Here are some IT career articles I've written that discuss this stuff and some audio programs I've recorded regarding certs, degrees, careers and more.
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