I am just digging myself out of a rather rough patch in life, went through a divorce in the past 10 months, and I am wondering how to proceed with my career. I basically crawled into a bottle when my wife kicked me out and I have finally thrown the monkey off my back and am ready to crawl out of this mess I have made for myself.
I was promoted to a Project Manager position a little over a year ago, and I have been pretty complacent since the promotion. I had my A+, Net+ and Sec+ when I was promoted, but they have all lapsed since that time. O have the previous Project+ manual, but never even cracked the thing open before the divorce.
I have 25+ years of experience in the IT world, but don’t have my degree (only 12 credits left for my Associates degree) or any certs at this point in my career. With all my experience, I am wondering if it is better for me to just go ahead and go for an MCSA (I am leaning towards Cloud/Server 2016), instead of starting out with the Comptia trio again. With my experience level and the types of positions I plan on applying for, I don't really see the need to get the entry-level stuff again, unless someone thinks it would actually be worth it for me?
Thoughts, questions, comments??
Thanks for playing along,