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Do not get a Help Desk Position in 2020 | Why CompTIA Certifications.

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The best advice that I can give you when you start your IT career in 2020 is for you NOT to get an entry level position, not even a Help Desk position, even when many people advice you to do so.

And yes, there is new ways how to start your IT career without starting with an entry level position, many of my students have done it.

Now, you are probably thinking about experience, how can someone hire you without experience, I get it, that’s exactly the way I felt many years back when I started my IT career, and to tell you the truth, I end up doing everything that the IT community advise me to do, I got a few CompTIA certifications, a help desk position, even though it took me almost one year to accomplish of all that, and I was grateful with my first help desk job, but I didn’t know any better back then, this is why I’m giving you the advise that I will tell myself way back when I needed.

Getting a Help Desk in 2020 or any other entry level position will hold you back to accelerate the process to get a high paying job, your dream job in IT.

I’m going to ask you to take the time to go through the video and open your mind for new possibilities and ways to get the results that you been looking for in your IT career.


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Egotistical Quan says:

Network Engineer Academy Hello, I have a CompTIA Security+ certification and have a current active SECRET clearance as I'm currently still enlisted in the Army active. However, I have downtime to work additional job for extra money. Do evening or overnight entry level security+ jobs exist? What's my options sir? I am approximately 4 courses away from an Associate's in IT.

Michael McCoy says:

So basically even when starting with no experience and no degree or anything just apply for a higher position?

Edgar Guizar says:

Getting an entry level position can help you know what pathway is best for you. You can end up in a position that you aren’t happy with

DLarmz says:

First of all i want to congratulate you on such a powerful yet honest video , I come from a Project Management background studying Computing in my first degree and Project Management in my second. These two industries have been that of obsession to me in which i have been trying to find a way to merge any starting point in a job where i can apply both skills. At the moment i graduated not long ago and i am actively looking for an entry level yet but have no had much success i will honestly try a different approach.

Adam says:

You make a lot of sense in every video. Thank you, Jorge
What jobs could one look for after getting CCNA certification with no experience in IT?

First Name says:

Does this also apply to people in there 30s who are currently trying to break into IT?

MohawkInBelgium says:

Helpdesk are for people that are not IT. Where I work there are people that have been working in the HD for the last 10 years and can not even map a drive or how to ping a machine.

John Higgens says:

i completely agree with you Jorge.

Antonyo Douglas says:

I need help! Trying to get into the field.

Shadow Pumpkin says:

😭 I've been doing an IT help desk position for a long time. Got promoted and everything. I want to do REAL IT work.

jc pack says:

Love watching your videos I'm personally living in Tijuana now with my wife and I am going for my associate's degree in it and cybersecurity and gonna graduate without any debt, and I know you probably don't need a college degree to get in but it has always been a dream of mine to graduate college

Adlene Momant says:

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Omer says:

Good motivation ! Thank you

Antank says:

7:158:35 is half the video, the rest is just don't believe you have to go up positions slowly, i believe he also recommended some high teir certification that can help you get higher jobs too

Orion Humphrey says:

I absolutely hate desktop support, especially in a corporate environment. You have managers micromanaging, inefficient and ridiculous processes, end-users, and it's so reactive. I am going the security route, skipping A (+) which my manager was trying to push me to do (am not stupid), and going straight for my net (+) and security (+).

My advice to anyone coming into IT, DO NOT do helpdesk/desktop support if you are not a people person. Period. Go into security!

James McG1976 says:

Great video and I agree with you! I am a Journeyman Electrician with a B.S information systems. I am interested in networking and security are there any certifications along with other advice you can suggest?

Marty Martinez says:

Hey Jorge, I unfortunately fell into the trap of getting CompTia certs and landing a help desk position like I currently have. However I’m working towards the CCNA right now and studying for the exams ICND1 & 2, what else should I be doing? I don’t wanna stay in help desk for more than a year

Joseph Richards says:

Great video. My work experience has been in the telecommunications and real estate industries. For the past 15 months I have been a tech support rep for a company that provides wireless solutions for businesses, but I want to get a job as a network engineer/system engineer. I passed the first exam for the CompTia A+ (I didn't know any better) but now I am just studying to get my CCNA. At 55 years old, is it a bit too late?

z0mbi3slay3r700 says:

What a pointless video. You say to not get a help desk position because there are other ways to get better paying IT jobs, however you don't even explain what those ways are. It's just a 10 minute long video of you repeating the same thing. Useless information for beginners if you aren't going to reveal what these other ways are.

JJ 27 says:

What was the job your students got as their first job? System admin?

pankaj thakur says:

Sir is there any certification for cyber security ?

scott hochhauser says:

So while I am going for.my aplus with no background experience, what do you suggest afterwards? I need to.earn a living while gaining experience.

Luna ortiz says:

Thank you for this I’m new in IT and this is helping me big time in deciding what I should go into. It’s very true too because all my professors are advising me to get a help desk positing to get my foot in the door but I see what your saying.

Ad000121 says:

I got my degree in IT about 10 years ago , got a 3 years of experience in IT & but money was less so I started working in a factory , making good money but I hate my job. I just completed my network +’& security + , I’m working on my ccna . I want to get back into IT , I’m motivated , any advice on what else I can do to become more valuable to the market place

G P says:

Totally agree with a lot of your statements. I am currently is a Tier 1 support role gov position. A lot of these potions require you to have certs mandatory under the NIST. looking for a role under cyber, or penetration. Are you recommending to skip CEH, CASP, or PEN+ for a Cisco cert?

Craig Thompson says:

Hello Jorge, I want to become an network engineer because I work better hands on vs doing Information assurance type work. I was wondering for someone with an Information Assurance background how do make the switch to an network engineer position and I dont want to lose money by having to start back at the bottom of the entry level position. How can I accel to start making 100k from where I am at now? I currently have security plus certification.

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