Thursday, July 31, 2008

Be an IT Professional

Eversince our company's management changed, a lot of employees have resigned and planning to resign as well. This is because they feel unsecured with their employment and worried about their career growth. Some of my fellow Analysts decided to take up traditional classroom classes while others resorted to taking up online courses like IT. They are actually technically knowledgeable but still, they want to enhance their computer & internet skills to increase their market value especially when applying in other big and reputable companies. I heard one of them mentioned about Cisco.

Cisco certification is a community and learning network of IT professionals. It is a virtual library of information to increase and enhance your technical know how. You become subject matter expert. The widely respected IT certification programs available through Cisco Career Certifications bring valuable, measurable rewards to networking professionals, their managers, and the organizations that employ them.

The following are some of the General Cisco certification you can avail of:

Routing and Switching



Service Provider

Storage Networking



Further, some life changing stories are featured in the Cisco website to inspire at the same time enlighten everyone that it’s never too late to turn yourself to an IT professional. This is a solid proof that dreasm do come true.

In this age of computer & internet, the demand for IT course is continuously growing. If you are Cisco certified, you make your curriculum vitae impressive giving you a great chance to land the best job you can ever imagine in the best company you can think of.

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1 comment:

Roanne P said...

Cisco Certified IT's make about $70k a year or more here in the US. If you're planning to study it, why don't you? As long as you have the love and support of your family, it won't be hard for you for you're a bright girl yourself. Your parents taught you well. It's a good investment for the future of yourself and your family. I'd like to make more of myself, but I don't have family around me to help care for my kids. While you have the opportunity, go for it.