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Top 15 Moneymaking Certifications For 2017

Certifications in IT security, cloud and business continue to top the pay scale, but virtualization and Microsoft Windows certifications are becoming more profitable. These are the 15 top-paying certifications for 2017.

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Honorable Mentions: CompTIA, Cisco

Popular entry-level certifications are the building blocks to financial fortune and provide an ideal jumping-off point for the specialized, higher-level certifications that enable partners to really rake in the dough.

Coming in fourth in terms of popularity is CompTIA's Security+, which pays an average of $89,147 and was held by 1,216 U.S.-based respondents last year. Taking the bronze is the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching, with an average salary of $83,945 and 1,547 U.S. respondents.

CompTIA's Network+ was the runner-up with an average salary of $81,601 and 1,293 U.S.-based respondents last year. And taking the crown is CompTIA's A+ certification, a broad-based foundational certificate, with an average salary of $79,877 and 1,611 U.S.-based respondents.

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