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IT/Networking Education Question
I'm working on my Asociates/Bachelors degree in Networking Technology and I'm not sure if what I'm doing is going to be enough to get me a job in the field I want. What certs/degrees should I be going for in addition to my degree if I want a job as a network admin or sysadmin?
Additionally, I'm planning on hedging my bets and trying to get more general IT certs as well, but I'm also looking for advice on which ones to gear my studies towards.
I've asked the IT people I work with, but I want to get information from a wider variety of sources to try and round out my tech education.