As I’ve said before, we’re living in exponential times. The motto of our lives will be “learn, learn, learn” as new jobs appear all the time. For instance, SEO specialist – a job that pays quite well today – didn’t exist 6 years ago. And all these new jobs require new skills. Either adapt or fall behind. And in the current economical climate, it’s a very good idea to have those skills certified. Just in case…Usually employers get tons of resumes when they post a job and if you want to step in front of the crowd, your resume should say more than the usual “hard working, very motivated person” yatta-yatta. And some well known industry certification might just do the trick.
Even if I work in a very prosperous company and it’s unlikely that the recession will get to me (by the way, we’re hiring – so have a look at our openings on www.zitec.com), I’ve decided to spend some time and bucks on my education this year. I’ve taken the Zend Certified Engineer exam for PHP 5 in January and I want to continue with the Comptia Linux+ exam. Today, courtesy of uCertify, I’ve received this Comptia Linux+ preparation kit for review. I haven’t got the time to review it yet, but I know now what I’m doing this weekend 🙂