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Old 09-16-2008, 02:25 AM   #1
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Ok,So im just figuring out what i should do after i finish my current course (Cert III in I.T[ Support]),Now i can:

1.Do Cert IV

2.Finish at cert III and get a job.

Basically,Is it worth doing that extra course?

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IMO i think so, if you spend more time on it then you should be more eligabel for a job hen other people that finished the course and went to a job placement, take your time and see what happens

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Definately go for the higher cert.

If you dont, someone else will, and when they come along your employer's gonna kick you to the curb and hire the "more qualified" guy that he can pay less than you because you will have been with the company longer. so if you get the highest certs you can, you'll be in demand more, and when you get a job with a business keep getting the certs so a "younger model" wont come along and take your spot

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