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 Microsoft Certification RoadmapMicrosoft is the world’s most recognized and trusted Information Technology Certification Program. Earning a certification whether it is an entry level MTA, foundational level MCSA, or the Advanced MCSE will help you get hired, get recognized, and get ahead.

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 Why certify? advice from those who are glad they earned their Microsoft certification"They’ve {certifications} allowed me, a person with just a GED education, the ability to move out of a blue collar job into the professional, white collar field with limitless opportunity and a six figure salary since I was 35 (going on my tenth year of that). I have only been bound by the number of hours in a day as to how far I can go."
Jason Zandri, a systems engineer

"Certifications have helped me move up from technical engineer back in ’99 to being a managing partner for a company of 28 highly skilled consultants nowadays."
Peter De Tender, an infrastructure architect

"My life has many more possibilities with my certifications attached to my resume… If you’re on the cusp of the IT envelope and want a way to stand out of the crowd, I would definitely recommend earning as many Microsoft Certifications as possible."
Curt McNamee, an Active Directory engineer

Why certify? The numbers prove IT certifications will enhance your careerIT professionals gain an average 9 percent salary increase immediately after receiving certification, and 29 percent over the long term, versus peers who are not certified. (CompTIA, Employer Perceptions of IT Training and Certification, Jan 2011) Eighty-five percent of IT hiring managers consider IT certification a medium to high priority when hiring for IT positions. (CompTIA, Employer Perceptions of IT Training and Certification, Jan 2011) Forecast through 2018: IT employment is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations, and job prospects should be excellent. (US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, March 2011)

Why Certify? 5 good reasons a certification will make you happy1. Certifications provide job security so you can stay where you are or move up and move on!
2. To earn the responsibilities and respect from those you work for and with
3. To earn more money so you can relax, go on vacation, get out of debt, or save for the future
4. IT Certifications give you the confidence and skills you need to slay IT projects
5. Learning is FUN!