kaiuk wrote:I can't think of many scenarios where a CCNA would be useful outside of specialist networking jobs. A typical home network just requires basic skills, but i suppose you can run your own cables and create a small cabled network. Although wireless technology has improved a lot you still can't beat a hardwired cabled network.
With a CCNA you can progress to get a CCIE - with that you'll be earning mega bucks!
Yep. My original plan was to get a CCNA and then try to get an entry level job. Once I got a year or so of experience there I would start looking into a CCNP. I wasn't really sure if I would ever shoot for CCIE but the hard would in studying would definitely pay off if you were able to attain the cert. I've seen CCIE jobs that pay some $60 per hour. Incredible.