As I graduated in Computer Science and Engineering and had a little experience. I've been in the office administration field as a technician for the last eight years. However, I still have that computer knowledge from when I graduated. I completed my MCSE on NT4 in 2000 and did the CCNA instructor-led training in Singapore. I am now preparing for my CCNA certification. Please advise me on which networking field I should concentrate more to get more useful certifications to change my working field as soon as possible and get a high-paying job in the United States in the coming years. Your valued assistance and consultation regarding the above to change my future is much appreciated.
I am reluctant, however, to suggest certification alone is a pathway to "a high-paid job in the USA in the coming years," however. You must understand that meaningful, significant on-the-job experience is every bit as important as certification and you must work to cement and augment your credentials with relevant exposure to and experience with whatever technologies underpin the certifications you decide to pursue for the best possible results.
Good luck with your further certification adventures. I hope they produce the desired results.
This was first published in January 2003