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im still in computer college , i have about 4 months left and in this time i managed to get my A+ and Network+ certifications ,im wondering if i should try and get my linux plus before i finish school. any tips ?
If you look at job search sites (dice, indeed, monster), and search 'linux', you'll notice those certs keep re-appearing as requirements for administration jobs. They are more grueling than the Linux+ test, but the payoff is certainly worth the effort.
ya i've read about RHCT and RHCE, but those are way beyond my skill level im still a linux noob , although i like linux i dont really know where ill be or what ill be working with in the future , i still go for my linux plus cause ill be ready for it when i finish my course .thanks for the tips guys
Last edited by streetsofrage; 11-02-2010 at 10:06 AM.