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Top 10 Certifications With Staying Power

According to Global Knowledge, security- and business-oriented certifications look like they will remain valuable despite a rapidly changing IT environment.

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1. CompTIA A+

There will always be a need for people to fix computers and provide help desk services -- meaning there will always be a need for the A+ certification, according to Global Knowledge.

The CompTIA entry-level certification covers hardware, such as desktop, laptop and mobile devices, as well as software, such as Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, iOS and Android. Many vendors such as Dell and HP require that technicians have this certification to work with them.

Originally appearing in 1993, A+ is one of the oldest IT certifications, though it has been updated as the industry has changed.

A+ is held by 1,628 Global Knowledge survey respondents paid an average salary of $70,550.

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