netcom2000netcom2000 Member Posts: 117
Has anyone got Network+ certification and thinking of self-employment, or doing small jobs on the side?
Future planned exams are as follows: CCNA, Windows 2003 Server 70-290

"Like the Roman, I see the Tiber foaming with so much blood"

Enoch Powell 1968

"We died in hell, they called it Passchendaele"


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    cliffjag1987cliffjag1987 Member Posts: 206
    I don;t think you can self employ yourself with network+ because its more a vendrol neutral certification and it give you the picture how things work and what they do.

    I think with an A+ you can certainly employ yourself, Thats what i am doing.
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    GawdGawd Member Posts: 132
    You dont really need any certification. Sure it will help get clients ( assuming the clients know what an A+ or Network+ Certified Professional is ). With self employment your just going to want to know your stuff inside and out. That way when you do one job, they tell other people how good you are.

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    TeKniquesTeKniques Member Posts: 1,262 ■■■■□□□□□□
    You can self-employ yourself for anything. It's just if your not a professional or don't have the professional skills you won't make any money.

    In fact, a Network+ certified individual could theoretically contract out to do stuff like cabling. I'm sure there is something you can do icon_wink.gif
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