I am now working as desktop tech support in a school (that uses Netware and XP). With my present knowledge and experience (one year) I am not able to apply for a network engineering role or anything like that. With my current job I am not learning very much, as well as everything is setup. My team leader comes in once a week and deals with complex Novell/Network issues. With my current job I am going nowhere.
I failed to pass my CCNA two months back by two marks and I intend to sit for it again soon. I want some advice on how to get a job with a better salary than my current one. I want to be specialized in Cisco particularly. I have these certs: A+, Help Desk Analyst and CNA. Without having any Cisco experience, would a CCNA/CCNP help me to get a better, networking-focused job? Would an MCP/MCSA help me in any way as an added benefit?
March 12, 2008 7:56 PM
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