How much money will I make if I get RHCE, CCNA and CCNP certification?

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How much do you think I will be able to make if I already possess the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certificate, as well as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)? Is there a certain salary range I could be expected to achieve with these certifications?

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Of course salary is dependent on experience and geographical location. No one can answer this specific question. There are a lot of salary surveys out there and that is where you should look if you are interested in gathering this type of information. Start with a search on this topic. Good luck!

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  • BlankReg
    I agree with Labnuke99, this is more about where you are in the world, and the demand locally for those skills. Experience is usually worth much more than any qualification, the only exception is working for a reseller, where these can count towards their partnership status with the manufacturer (which usually gets them a discount on equipment, so greater profit).
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  • Ed Tittel
    While the pay range will vary by location (and country), it's also reasonable to assume that this collection of certs (in which both the RHCE and CCNP add some modest demonstrable value) will entitle their holder to a bit more compensation that is normal or average for the kind of job (network, security, or infrastructure admin,most likely) where these certs are likely to count at all. In such cases, it's not unreasonable to think that they could garner you $5 to $10K per year more than somebody who lacked such credentials. But right now, finding an opportunity is the tricky part. So don't leave your current position until you're sure that you can talk your way into a raise or promotion there first and foremost, and until you've landed another position somewhere else. HTH, --Ed--
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    MYSELF AVINASH ,I M A SCIENCE GRADUATE IN IT AND HAVE CCNA CERTIFICATION ,CAN I GO IN SOFTWARE FIELD IN WHICH CCNA CERTIFICATION CAN BE USEFULL TO ME ............WAITING FOR YOUR ANSWER REGARDS AVINASH http://www.facebook.com/AVIT88
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