• Can you get an IT Job with a bunch of certifications?

    There’s an on-going debate in the IT field about whether you need certifications or degrees to advance your career. Most of the time people will answer “it depends.” Specifically, it depends on:


    How much experience you have


    What area within IT you’re interested in


    What specific job or role you want to move into


    What career path you have in mind


    IT Certification AND Degree


    For many positions in the IT field today, the answer may be: get both. A certification and a degree combined may qualify you for a career path in which either one by itself won’t suffice.


    For example, about half of the job openings for network engineers, project managers and security engineers posted between August 2017 and January 2018 and tracked by Burning Glass Labor Insights preferred both a certification and a degree in information technology.*

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    The Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recommends a certification/degree combo for many IT positions, including network systems administrators, information security analysts and computer network architects.


    *SOURCE: Burning Glass Labor Insights


    Advancing Your IT Career with Certifications and Degrees


    Follow these four steps to move your IT career forward.


    Earn an Appropriate Certification for Your IT Field. IT leaders, hiring managers, and job data from the BLS indicate that you have an advantage over your competition if you have a certification. More than that, certifications verify that you have the knowledge you need to do the job. Usually offered by product vendors or software firms, certifications can provide some assurance to employers that you have the set of skills required to code in a specific programming language, or to operate the company’s preferred security or networking systems. Certifications are meant as a “stamp of approval” that you know the “how” of accomplishing a technical task.

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