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    About A+ payment

    hello. can anyone tell me how much is paid A+ certified in The USA, or anywhere in the EU.
    The ideea is that next summer I wnat to join the student program Work&Travel to USA where I'll work for 3 months and a half.
    And I would really happy If I could get a tehnician job there.
    In the next 4 months I intend to go for the A+ and further,if everythings goes well, for the Linux+.
    So by that time, I will be certified A+.

    If anyone cna helo with anything, I would really appreciate.

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    It cost me $153 USD for each test (there are two). Go here for more information specific to yor area.
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    I think he meant more what an A+ certified tech would make in salary once hired.

    It really depends on to many factors to give any kind of answer. Where are you working, and what is the rate in the area? Are you working for yourself? A big box store like CompUSA? A permanent onsite tech for a major company?

    Then add in things like how much experience you have, what kind of work you need to do, what kind of hours you work, hourly pay or per job pay, and it is basically impossible to tell. I would say it can range anywhere from minimum wage on op to being well paid.
    Erik

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik
    I think he meant more what an A+ certified tech would make in salary once hired.
    Oops you are right. I guess I didn't read it very carefully.
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