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Old 23-05-2020, 07:48 PM   #31
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For me i dont like shift work
This express it cert from lithan only can find shift work?
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Old 23-05-2020, 11:27 PM   #32
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This express it cert from lithan only can find shift work?
No depends on what job you want to be. What job do you want?
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Old Yesterday, 12:30 AM   #33
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No depends on what job you want to be. What job do you want?
For now i can only think of desktop engineer.

Or those sim lim square that type, help people build a pc.

Or singtel those technicians, go to people house setup router etc also can...

Not quite sure about the career paths... but i don't really like office work where i just sit down the whole day editting data, having to deal with politics..

Is comptia a+ or the express it from lithan better?

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For now i can only think of desktop engineer.

Or those sim lim square that type, help people build a pc.

Or singtel those technicians, go to people house setup router etc also can...

Not quite sure about the career paths... but i don't really like office work where i just sit down the whole day editting data, having to deal with politics..

Is comptia a+ or the express it from lithan better?
Comptia a+ is a certificate, entry level
Lithan IT is a course which prep you for network+ since you want to work as desktop engineer go for a+ then
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Jobstreet has desktop engineer fyi
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Old Yesterday, 07:19 PM   #36
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Comptia a+ is a certificate, entry level
Lithan IT is a course which prep you for network+ since you want to work as desktop engineer go for a+ then
Ok thanks... just not sure if the udemy course will teach me enough to pass the exam. If im o level with comptia a+ cert, will i be able to get a it job easily?

Is the info listed here accurate?

https://www.payscale.com/research/SG/Certification=CompTIA_A%2B_Certification/Salary

I am able to look for these jobs if i have the comptia a+ cert?

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Ok thanks... just not sure if the udemy course will teach me enough to pass the exam. If im o level with comptia a+ cert, will i be able to get a it job easily?

Is the info listed here accurate?

https://www.payscale.com/research/SG/Certification=CompTIA_A%2B_Certification/Salary

I am able to look for these jobs if i have the comptia a+ cert?
Go for Professor messer there is free videos and you want to make your own notes , if you want pdf format probably go for Jason Dion at udemy.
Based on https://www.comptia.org/certifications/a, seems like helpdesk, it support, desktop engineer
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Ok thanks... just not sure if the udemy course will teach me enough to pass the exam. If im o level with comptia a+ cert, will i be able to get a it job easily?

Is the info listed here accurate?

https://www.payscale.com/research/SG/Certification=CompTIA_A%2B_Certification/Salary

I am able to look for these jobs if i have the comptia a+ cert?
Nope its not accurate. Just think about why ppl went through ite, poly and then degree to get a starting pay of 3k plus. If they can get this salary with just o level and comptia a+ 5 day course, life would be so much easier. There is no shortcut in life, its all about hard work, grinding, build your foundation, learn from years of experience, and finally achieving it 1 day.

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