Certifications are very valuable in the IT sector. They serve as proof to employers that you are qualified to perform a specific job. Professional associations and software companies generally oversee the certification process, which requires candidates to pass an exam after learning a skill, computer language or software program.
Having the right credentials can make you more competitive as a job seeker or as a professional, trying to move into a better paid and more responsible position. What certifications should you obtain? The best option is to go after those certifications that will make you competitive in the hottest technologies.
The Juniper JNCIA Engineer will Monitor, Maintain and Configure IP Networks supporting Data and Voice.
Understanding what the market is looking for
Technical knowledge will take an information technology professional a long way, but some of the skills that contribute to a successful IT career are apparently not related to the technical profile. Softs skills - or personal skills - such as the ability to communicate, negotiate conflicts and work well in a team, are also invaluable for business - especially at the managerial and executive levels. Meet some of them!