Is it right to do faculty job after CCNA?

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I am CCNA certified and I want to earn some experience.  Many companies prefer experienced CCNA candidates. So I am planning to join CCNA faculty job in any Computer Hardware and Networking institute to earn experience and then join any company for the post of network engineer. Can companies consider faculty job experience? Kindly suggest me.



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I am not going to discouraging u. Truly say, a good company doesn’t consider the experience of faculty. Cause, in this field, u have to teach a particular curriculum and the training institute generally provides u course content or course structure which is really monotonous and u never do anything out of their course. So u got a very little experience, which might be no value. But in a company, ur work is not under limitations, there r no of various problems and u have to solve that. I am also working as a System Administrator and from my experience I told u. Before join, I also worked as a faculty in a renowned training institution, but my experience had not so value. If possible u will join in a company (may be it is not so renowned or very small) to gather ur experience.
And the current scenario is like that u have to join to a institute, then try at least join as System related jobs. Of course, if u will get chance to join in a National institute or like that, then u r on the right way !

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Any experience you get, whether its as a faculty member of an educational institution or of a major corporation, is good so long as you are using and sharpening and building your skill-set.

Many colleges DO have multiple users, and therefore require good networking to allow their students to be online ALL at the same time. Supporting, configuring and trouble-shooting these types of networks is invaluable experience…

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