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Jobs For A+ and/or N+

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by cockney jeff, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. cockney jeff

    cockney jeff Bit Poster

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    Have passed both A+ and N+. When looking on sites, what job title(s) should I look for. Any ideas for what keywords I should use?

    Many Thanks.
     
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  2. grim

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    support, technician or engineer

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  3. tripwire45
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    You might want to concentrate on the job requirements or qualifications rather than "titles". What a company calls a position can vary quite a bit from one place to another. Take a look at what quals the A+ and Network+ represent and your own experience and compare those to what a company is asking for. You probably won't find an exact match but apply for those jobs that are at least in the ball park.
     
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  4. greenbrucelee
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    As Trip says job titles can vary from place to place, if your looking on web sites such monster.co.uk try putting entry level in as the search criteria, this should help you find jobs suited to the A+ and N+ more quickly.
     
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  5. BosonMichael
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    What he said. :) What one company calls a "level 1 tech" might be a "help desk tech" or a "desktop support tech" at other companies.

    I see you posted that you are working on your MCSE. If you don't yet have real-world IT experience, I'd suggest holding off on the MCSE until you've built a bit of experience. You might consider the MCDST, which will start you on your path towards the MCSE.
     
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  7. cockney jeff

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    Cheers guys. Thanks for your help.
     
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