Hey /g/, I been jerking off on this IT shit for ~18 months and so far I have gotten these certs:-CCNA: R&S-CCNA Sec-Sec+-MCSA windows server 2016-Linux+Is this enough to get a respectable networking job or should I jerk off more?Oh yeah, I got no work experience.
>>70566228The MCSA will get you a gig with an MSP. Other than that, no-one cares about your certs, they care what you can do. With no experience and those certs, I'm going to assume that you're a pajeet that's braindumped the exams.
>>70566449Let me tell you a bit about myself...I was originally at uni for a bachelors in music, I came to a realization on the colossal mistake that I was doing and decided to drop out first semester.Then my parents kicked me out and I moved out with a roomate and learned about IT and networking.For the past 18 months I have been working shitty jobs and taking community college/lydia courses.I'm not a pajeet, I just find nagoor to be funny.
>>70566485>I got no work experience>For the past 18 months I have been working shitty jobswut
>>70566525Are you telling me that I can put McDonalds on my resume?
>>70566535It's going to look a lot better than an 18 month gap.
>>70566575So... What jobs can I get with these certs and 18 months of experience in flipping burgers?
>>70566641Tier 1 helpdesk. Go for big companies. Join an MSP if you want real experience, but don't stay there long anough that it kills you.
>>70566665So... was getting these glow in the dark certs a waste of time?I didn't get networking and security certs just to be helpdesk.
>>70566641Helpdesk, stay for 1 year. Learn more and look for opportunities. Apply for higher positions with experience, etc.
>>70566690Well come on in then Mr Burgerman, we'll make you president of the fucking company then!Unless you join some massive corporation as a junior assistant network monkey, you're not doing anything.