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What bachelor's degree would be the best fit for an Information Security Analysts? If I have the training and experience, do I need the degree? Would a generic Computer Science Bachelor's degree suffice?

I'm currently at Loring Job Corps to get training in Cisco. I'm later planning on take both Advance training programs: Cyper Security Ops and Advance Computer Systems Administration.

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How difficult is it for a new graduate of a job training program to get a job in your field?

I'm currently at Loring Job Corps to get training in Cisco. I'm later planning on take both Advance training programs: Cyper Security Ops and Advance Computer Systems Administration.

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how do i do cisco?

what is involved with cisco? #cisco

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Where do you go for computer networking news?

I'm a student working on my CCNA certification, and something that I've learned in my research about the field is that keeping up with the latest technology and practices is important to be competitive, something I'm particularly concerned about since a bachelor's is likely not in the cards for me. Can anyone recommend an accessible source for industry news? #cisco #ccna #computer-networking

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What are the optimal ways to move up in the company?

What do you normally got to do to move up in the CCNA/CISCO type jobs to move up in the field? #CCNA #CISCO

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What are some things you have to look out for while working?

I'm trying to get into CCNA/CISCO and I was wondering what are the main things you got to look out for while working in these fields? #CCNA #CISCO

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What is ICND 1 and ICND 2,and how it is related to CCNA?

#cisco #cisco certification #network #entry level #networking #cybersecurity

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Will a CCENT certification increase job openings after earning a computer hardware engineering degree?

#computer-software #computer-science #computer-hardware #engineering #cisco

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How much is an entry salary with a CCENT certification

#computer-engineer #cisco

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Would having a CompTIA A+ Certificaton help me get into Colleges or would help me for anything College realated?

Having a CompTIA A+ Certification would show that I understand the fundamentals of technology. For example Operating Systems & PC configuration, components, and installation processes. I am a Freshmen in a Vocational Technical High School and take a program called Integrated Technology System. My teacher is a Cisco Certified Instructor that teaches from the Cisco Network Academy course IT Essentials: PC Hardware & Software. I am confident that I could pass the CompTIA A+ Exam, but the thing is that Certificate expires every two years and you have to take the exam again to renew the Certification. That would mean paying 199$ every two years for all the years I want to have the Certification. I know that the CompTIA A+ Certification is a powerful piece of paper in the IT world, but would it increase my chances of getting accepted to colleges? Would it be useful for anything in College? I plan on getting a CompTIA A+ Certification at some point in my Career path, but all I want to know is if it's too early to get it while in high school, around maybe senior year, just for College. #college #career #technology #tech #computer-engineering #information-technology #cisco

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