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If you've got a tech career:
>Years of Experience
>How did you find/get job
He wouldn't get hired, not until 16. And even then you would need a specific permit in some states to even get hired which is a huge hassle and why you almost never see 16 year olds holding a job in a non-family business.
he is getting his microsoft office cert from his physical school and the others an online course his school district offers
hopefully he would get a scholarship and get into cs :^)
>What are you working towards? Need advice? Share your study resources!
>Post it in here
>If you've got a tech career:
>>Years of Experience
>>How did you find/get job
Knowing someone and being clever
thinking about taking a ccna class @ community college in spring (feb 22-jul-12). i know a decent chunk of networking and have noc experience. should i even bother with network+ or just focus on ccna
Alright guys I know this is going to sound like a NEET meme but I am trying to figure out what careers make the most money in these fields. Something obtainable that you have to work hard for and not ridiculous like being the CEO of apple. Any opinions?
>inb4 software developer meme
Go straight for CCNA. Network+ becomes irrelevant after CCNA. Here are all the answers. Look up which exam you're going to do and just memorise a VCE file, it's what everyone does anyway. http://www.examcollection.com/cisco_exams.html
Don't pay for anything there, just login with http://bugmenot.com/ , download a VCE and get yourself a cracked VCE reader.
The system is broken. Everyone cheats, and those that don't only fool themselves thinking they're better.