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With the economy the way it is, is it better to have a CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) or MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) certificate? I don't have time to complete both courses and I'm urgently seeking employment.
am an Engineering graduate in Electronics and Communication. I have planned to do a course on networking. Out of the CCNA, MCSE, or RHCE, which networking certification is the best one that would promise good jobs and salary?
I have my CCNA and MCSE networking certifications. Now I am pursuing an RHCE, but I have no job. What should I do now? If I am CCNA, MCSE and RHCE certified, what else would help me get my foot in the door?