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Our 5 top entry level certifications for HelpDesk, Security, Networking, Ethical Hacking, and Cloud! We show you what type of job in the industry you can get into, income, how much the certification will cost you and more!!
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0:00 ⏩ Intro
0:25 ⏩ The 5 Categories!
0:39 ⏩ Criteria for Our favorite Certs!!
1:07 ⏩ Our Top HelpDesk Certification
2:48 ⏩ The best Security Certification
4:09 ⏩ Top Networking Certification
5:28 ⏩ The Cloud Certification
6:19 ⏩ The Ethical hacking Best Certification
7:37 ⏩ What you need to break into the IT industry!
7:58 ⏩ How to study for these certs!!
8:34 ⏩ Outro
Hi Chuck! Thanks for the infos. Wanted to check with these certificates, can you work remote from other countries too or do you have to be in the same location of those top companies (because mostly they are located in the USA, and I am not from there)
Appreciate the answer!
Thank you for this informative video!!! I am a student currently getting my bachelors in Networking/Security Engineering. I wanted to get my Masters in Cybersecurity and was wondering if this mix of Networking and Cybersecurity would be a good fit. Any advice or suggestions(I guess it the same-thing) would be greatly appreciated! Again, thanks for the Great Video!!!
Is 36 to old to start?
love your vids.. im working on sec+ right now.. i have net+ and a+. ill probably start working on ccna and pen+ after i get the sec+. thank you for this.
lol 53k is starter in US? For helpdesk??! I do not have even close of that in Czech Republic for being Android Developer with university 😀
great video…I am kind of uncertain about the path I am going to take…I am studying mechanical engineering but I love to learn about networking and get these certifications to get into IT world because it is more easy to find a job! but I heard not having a related degree to IT from university, makes finding a job harder! so do you suggest starting to develop these IT skills , or stick to my own field and learn skills related to mechanical engineering?
How long do these certifications stay valid for?
I have no idea what I wanna do but I guess I'll try out the cloud one since it's the cheapest.
when I started my IT career with my A+ I was making $1200 a month. That's a whooping $14,400 a year. I've never seen a help desk job anywhere near 53k. 😆
You answer my question at the very end. I'm 55 and have no college. This field is interesting to me.
Do you need an IT certification if you're a college graduate?
IT is a black hole. Don’t do it. There will be a day when you actually want your life to matter and not just be about money. IT will trap you on a hamster will of endless certs that you will never use.
I recently obtained my technical support fundamentals certification which will help land a help desk job as you both said. I applied to work a medical facility as a pc technician hopefully it works out for me. I currently work at the local Walmart and am extremely unhappy with my work environment so hopefully it works out. If I get enough likes I might update you when I get it😉
I have to buy the exam after I watch the training videos? Or does buying the exam include the training I need to pass the exam? Thank you for your videos I'm new to IT and you are making it interesting and some what simple to understand. I don't know if you require that I join to get an answer but I looked at your prices and will consider
I like how you skipped over the Net+ in favor of CCNA. I studied for the net+ until I realized that the CCNA is a way better cert for a little bit cheaper than the Net+ as well. Wish I would have seen this video when it first came out.
Just started my cybersecurity bootcamp with Thinkful. Thats besides the point im trying to make which is… chuck, i frickin love you
We love IT Certifications! Great content, thanks for sharing!
I think I missed the part of how much on average would each certification pay.
just want to give a big thank you for your stream enjoy it a lot still behind on your vidz as I enjoy it so much I even signed up to be a member keep it up dude 🤣🤣🤣
pair this with other stuff to unlocked special features to life, thank you
Is there any free alternatives to just gain basic knowledge?
When I started 20 years ago, MCP, MCSA, and MCSE were your golden tickets. I got the MCSE in 2002 and it's still paying dividends 🙂
guys i have like no money in the bank and have been looking for entry level jobs in things like data entry or just anything helpdesk related? Any sites besides indeed that will help? feel like im shooting into a void
I think this is great info. Now with these certificates do you have any recommendations with what prior knowledge one should have. Like can most of these be attained by someone who is just starting to bridge into the tech world or would the best bet be the help desk and work your way up?
Is 35 too old to break into IT?
Taking these certs from AWS, Salesforce and other software companies is literal hell, poorly run and designed courses, hyper-specific to single software, basically a salespitch for their software, and we pay for it lol. Unless you NEED the tick on the CV for a job then learn on the job or YouTube, these courses ESPECIALLY AWS ones are for mugs
Guys!!!! You are amazing. Keep it up.
What's about Artificial intelligence with Cyber security?
1:21 that's… man oh my god XDDDDDDDDD
Learn something useful every time.. can you offer more advise on networking certifications? What are the next step options after N+?
Bro, first of all you’re my hero. Secondly this was exactly what I was looking for. I’m thinking to make a career switch to IT. Everyone says to focus on achieved certification but they didn’t tell me really clear which one and where to start. I will definitely make work of it.
❤️really liked this video. thank you.
I started cis 103 with Cisco. I’ll be going for Cana certification by September
How long do you stay in a help desk role before you can move up? Also, are any of the jobs you can get with A+ remote, besides help desk?
CISCO Qualifications is what my college promised us we would get when we pass
Why is CCNA preferable over CompTIA Network +?
What would you say is the difficulty level of the certs that you mention? The only computer cert I've taken is the Splunk Power User it didn't seem too bad. I have thought of getting the A+.
Comptia or LPI? Linux certification
In another video John Hammond suggested eJPT to start with PenTest.
I have the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner. I actually got it almost 3 years ago and it is going to expire in one month (august 2022). I don't plan on renewing it right away. The most I can say for that cert is that it is EXTREMELY bare bones / entry level. It does not have you 'doing' anything in the AWS platform. It simply teaches you an overview of the services and what they are used for. AWS has a huge number of different services and it's important to understand how they work, but if you are looking for a cert that gets you experience working on the platform and actually proves you can do it, I would skip it and move straight to the Solutions Architect. It will be much more difficult but will actually show employers you can get the job done.
On another note, recommending certifications is such a rabbit hole. If you feel like you need the basics and have the patience, then get the super basic cert and move up. Assuming you don't lose interest along the way, like I did 🙁
Which one of these certs gives me 30 years of experience to get past the ATS?
Question about a career change from Corporate Retail to Entry-Level I.T. I am in my mid 40's. Is the I.T field a young man's game or will I be able to make the career transition with the correct Cert? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
I am late watching this video but i think comptia network + better than ccna. Cause comptia network + teach about a lot device, but the ccna is only for the cisco device i think.
This channel is a fricking GEM