earweed wrote: »
Welcome to TE!
If you're looking for marketability then the CCNA holds more weight. Are you already employed in IT? If you are then it's dependent upon the type of job you have and what you want to do further down the road.
The CCNA is way harder than either the Net+ or the Sec+ and the Net+ frankly holds little weight in helping you get a job. Any government job you may try to get will probably require you to have the Sec+.
If you're not employed in IT yet then most employers look for your basic certs for entry level (Like the A+) and then dependent upon what type of job you're looking for you'd get a vendor specific cert to go along with it. If you want to get into networking then the CCNA is your best bet but it's not easy.
Howling Monkey wrote: »
After I get done with CCNA, I'm going to do Networking+ and Server+ (pad the resume), before starting CCNP.