I’ll assume you’re looking for entry level jobs. As thats basically where those certs will land you, and
they should, thats their job.
If you’re aiming for anything higher than Level 1 tech / Jr Admin then you’re aiming too high, you won’t
Regardless they’re good certs, I hold them, and I think they prove you know the basics at least, and
they should be used as just that, confirmation.
These are good entry level certifications and would at least get an attention. Besides the certs, I would recommend to try to do freelance IT stuff at your local church, school functions even if its non-paid. Then if you do get those IT work for those, I would ask those for a letter of recommendation. This is something you can add to your resume and kinda stand out from the “crowd” per say. Also keep your resume focused on your strengths and skill sets. Whenever possible get thos letter of recommendations scanned to pdf and then you can always add it as a reference letter.
Start with companies that are into hardware repair business. Think bestbuy geeksquad kind of places.
With those certs, you would be a good fit there, and then you keep moving up.
You definitely want to be able to speak to each and every technical term that you put down on your resume. Think of some situations where you fixed something that wasnt easy. Think of another where you had to handle a difficult customer/situation and how did you manage that.
Soft skills are equally important as the hard tech skills.