If you’re currently looking for a job in computer networking, in specific a network engineer then you may be noticing a common qualification they are asking for and that’s a CCNA certification. If you don’t already have one this could make the job hunting process a lot more slow as you find yourself constantly being passed by. So why exactly would a network engineer need a CCNA? Let’s take a closer look and find out.
The thing is that you can technically become a computer engineer without a CCNA certification but with that said it seems more and more employers are requiring it. In some cases it acts as that deciding factor that really pushes you over the edge. It is a formal degree that helps add credibility to your resume and shows not only are you serious about the career path but you’ve likely invested time in CNNA certification training courses to prepare for the exam that you would have had to write. An employer looks at these factors in a very positive light.