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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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8. CompTIA Linux+/Red Hat Certified Engineer

The topics addressed through the Linux certification process evolve more slowly and are more applicable across different versions than Microsoft operating system certifications, said Global Knowledge.

CompTIA’s Linux+ certification is vendor-neutral and covers the basics that any junior level Linux administrator should have.

The Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification is available for more senior Linux administrators and is performance-based, meaning a candidate is given a live system and graded on the ability to accomplish tasks listed in the exam.

The Linux+ certification resulted in an average salary of $85,860 for the 66 survey respondents who hold it, according to Global Knowledge. The RHCE certification is held by 41 respondents with an average salary of $97,380.

 
 
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