New to IT Industry, looking to get a job as a Junior Network Associate Position

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Hi, My goal is get a job as a Junior Network Associate Position. Right now, I am enrolled in Cisco Academy Course for CCNA and also I am taking A+ Certification Courses. Am I heading towards the right path? How should I proceed for the job as a Junior Network Associate Position.

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I want to appreciate you.Its a nice approach but you know after CCNA or A+ Certification you will not get any high level post,which is the desire of every person.Its nice to go for job to build up your experience and in real we learn by our practical practice.We can just gain knowledge by books but cannot understand the actual meaning before the practical of that knowledge.So go for any relative job,and carry on your Certifications to make your progress.After CCNA qualification,you should go for CCNP then for CCIE routing and switching. Selftest Engine is a helpful tool for the Preparation of any professional Certification.As it provides the chance of practice exam,to analyze our preparation level.

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