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    CCNA for future good?

    by droidsumopk ·

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    Hi i am currently learning ccna for routing and switching i want to ask this skill is best for future as i am now in 3 months learning phase worked on switch and now on routing learning more new things so is this good for future and will i get jobs online and physical

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      I’ve written code, designed electronics for decades.

      by rproffitt ·

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      And while I’ve setup servers, routers and more, never felt the need for CCNA. I only advise folk do this if the job listing asks for it.

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      Gaining expertise in CCNA can enhance your job prospects in the tech

      by JordanCampbell ·

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      Absolutely, pursuing CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) is a valuable choice for your future career prospects. Networking is an integral part of modern technology infrastructure, and CCNA certification demonstrates your proficiency in networking concepts, routing, and switching. It opens up a range of job opportunities, both online and physically, in various industries where networking expertise is in demand.

      As businesses increasingly rely on complex network systems, the need for skilled professionals who can design, implement, and manage these networks will continue to grow. Gaining expertise in CCNA can certainly enhance your job prospects and contribute to a successful career in the technology field.

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