Career path

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Im new to the networking industry and want to be successful at it. What would be the best path to take to get at least a decent pay? Should I go to a 4 year school just graduate with some networking experience? Or should I get a whole bunch of certification training? If cerifications is the path which ones do I absolutly need before hitting on core systems like cisco or norvell? Or do I need both a 4 year degree and certifications? Which still what certifications do I need? Please help me out whomever.

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You are fortunate, in that there have been several discussions recently with excellent contributions.

Go back to the primary page, and look for the “Search Question Archives” and type in “Career”.

I’m not refusing you help, but reading what’s already been posted by a wide variety of folks will give you both good answers, and allow you to ask questions which are more focused to your own future path.

Good luck, and please write back,

Bob

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