Hello to everybody. A special thank to Renee who has put a lot of hard work to create the content on GNS3Vault.com
I wanted to ask how I can determine, based on supply and demand, what CCNP tracks could be better to invest if my objective is to specialize in one area that has a future growth.
As I said, I am not looking right now for a CCIE in R/S to start off, since it could take between 24-36 for a CCNA to achieve that qualification. I would like to build knowledge as CCNP in different tracks and focus on 1 or 2 at maximum.
Right now, I am using Monster.it to analyze different job ads, but their requests do not seem homogeneous, most of them do not require a specialist but rather a generalist that spans in different areas.
I find a bit difficult to move in a direction, since what they require is bit hard to achieve.
I translated a few of them, so you can see what they list as requirements for each job:
I will start soon my CCNP R/S, which I assume it’s a sort of neutral track in networking, and I do not count it as a specialization but rather as the minimum knowledge to cover a position as Network Engineer.
Based on job requests, I am a bit confused on how to build the skills to get into a position since I do not find common traits between different job ads.
I would like to know your view.
Kind Regards, Francesco.
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