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How much does the SCWCD valuable in industry for a new graduate?

 
jing ma
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Sure there are thousands JSP jobs, but how the industry evaluate the SCWCD? I am a new master graduate.
 
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not very important.
 
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If 2 guys apply for the same job and both are considered equal in the hiring process (e.g. based on interview, experience,...) it could be the reason why you got the job and the other dude (who was not certified) didn't.
 
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jing ma wrote:Sure there are thousands JSP jobs, but how the industry evaluate the SCWCD? I am a new master graduate.

Welcome to CodeRanch!

IMHO, certification(s) definitely matter for a new graduate (that is looking for the first job). Yes, certification doesn't at all mean that you know everything about the subject, but from prospective employer's perspective, it gives a message that the candidate is ready to learn new things on his/her own, and is capable of passing an exam for the same.

I hope this helps.

All the Best!
 
jing ma
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Anayonkar Shivalkar wrote:
jing ma wrote:Sure there are thousands JSP jobs, but how the industry evaluate the SCWCD? I am a new master graduate.

Welcome to CodeRanch!

IMHO, certification(s) definitely matter for a new graduate (that is looking for the first job). Yes, certification doesn't at all mean that you know everything about the subject, but from prospective employer's perspective, it gives a message that the candidate is ready to learn new things on his/her own, and is capable of passing an exam for the same.

I hope this helps.

All the Best!


Thanks a lot!
 
jing ma
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Nam Ha Minh wrote:not very important.

Really? oh, noooooo, I just hope it can look better on my resume. That's so sad, although Shivalkar reply has comfort me a little.
 
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