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Which IT certificate is most valuable?

 
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I mean what IT certificate is highest paid.
Developer? Administrator? DBA? Security Professional?
Any survey on the web?
 
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Originally posted by Tong Chen:
I mean what IT certificate is highest paid.
Developer? Administrator? DBA? Security Professional?
Any survey on the web?


I remember reading on some survey by Microsoft on comparision of certifications:
CISSP - 85K+
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SCJP - 65-70K+
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What about Oracle DBA? Not hot any more?
 
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How many and what kind of IT certificate is highest paid.
 
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I would Imagine for DBA one got to have MCDBA and OCP8i&9i DBA also the highest Oracle certification the Oracle Certified Master(OCM) and at least some years of experience in at least both SQL SERVER and Oracle 8i&9i.
For networking I think it requires MCSA,MCSE,CCNA,CCNP,CCDA,CCDP and CCIE
 
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