What to do after CCNP

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I have done CCNA certification and got training in CCNP.. I am confused whether to do CCNP certification or To get training in CCSP and to write CCSP certification.. Can u please suggest in which way i have to proceed to find job easily whether...Presently i am working with CCNA for last 2 years.

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I guess it depends on individual preference. if lets say you are now doing CCNA now and you would like to continue further, then go for your CCNP and if you want you can even reach till CCIE. With CCIE you will be able to demand for better pay and from there you can either be a trainer or implementer.

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If you’re training up as a CCNP right now, i say finish it THEN branch out to the other specialty cert tracks. The Route/Switch is the basis of everything else…

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  • Matt Mather
    In addition to the above................If you prefer security, now that you have been working with your CCNA, then move towards that track, you can also take that to CCIE if you want.
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  • MelanieYarbrough
    Hi Dineshsarai, SearchNetworking has a great networking certifications and careers section. I hope this helps! - Melanie
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