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I am interested in completing certification as a CCNA after/while finishing up a two year degree to help my prospects. Both degrees are offered at local technical colleges (not commercial) that are certified by Cisco as a training partner in their program. I have looked through both course...
I want to start a career in networking. I have started taking A+ classes. After that I intend to go for N+ then CCNA. I want to be sure I am on the right track. If I don't have a college degree, what are my chances of getting a good job or having a good career? Thank you.