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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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6. CompTIA Project+/Project Management Institute Project Management Professional

More than 1 million project management jobs will need to be filled in the U.S. each year, Global Management said, and this area is expected to grow even as other departments are being cut.

CompTIA’s Project+ is a vendor-neutral, entry-level certification validating than an individual can create and manage a project from inception to closure.

PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is much more demanding. It tests five areas relating to a project’s life cycle: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing.

The Project+ certification is held by 242 Global Knowledge survey respondents with an average salary of $80,410. The PMP certificate is held by 387 respondents bringing in an average salary of $109,405.

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