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By hamoodiqbal ·
i am a fresh BS graduate.
i want to do CCNA certification.
but iam confused will it be enough for me to get a job.?
people r getting lots of certifications.
whats its value now-a-days.?

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by dmiles In reply to CCNA

To get info on your question that may provide you with a satisfactory in the upper right corner above Ask A Question,use the box and Type in CCNA Certification,hit GO,you will then get previous post on this topic.

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by hamoodiqbal In reply to CCNA

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by PENGUINSRULE In reply to CCNA

The CCNA does have value - I guess you realize that it is the entry level Cisco certification.. Most likely you are going to need to gain experience along with your training. If you want to go the Cisco route there's lots of training available, and you may want to consider signing up as a reseller - they offer lots of training opportunity to resellers. So, now the important thing is to gain work experience. Even if you have to volunteer, contract, move around the country - do whatever you can to gain networking experience.. Then keep along with your training and you should over time continue to progress. Keep in mind that this whole process takes time, and it may be some time before you get your big break and get the type of job yourare hoping for. I've always found it easier to get contract assignments than full time jobs so I would suggest going this route first, they progressively well and will provide valuable experience, and then when you want to settle down some you can get a better full time job than you could right now.
Just my opinion. Don't underestimate the reseller program Cisco has - it's great and you could always open your own firm as a consultant / integrator. But you have lots of training before you can get there - it's a lot of work. but worth it.

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by PENGUINSRULE In reply to CCNA

Why don't you really work on increasing your skills in a variety of areas and then worry about whether it gets you work later. Of course if you are unemployed, you have to get work first - Volunteer, do anything to gain experience. Keep building your skills
throughout your career.

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by gue_st In reply to CCNA

Resume tells what kinda of skills do u have.
Certifications tells what kinda expertise you are into.

Do some reading and research before join in an institue to spend lots of money and effort.

Certification will give you an adverse advantage when many people fight for a similar job.

Do certification for gain knowledge not for a unvaluable peice of Paper.

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