I recently just passed the CCNA exam and now am deciding on which path I want to take. Right now I am in school graduating with a Bachelors in Networking in OCTOBER of this year and my only real experience is the hands-on router labs in my college classes. I am really eager to start studying for another certification, and in about 5 years want to go for the CCIE Security or Routing.
My question now is a couple of things.
1. What is a better way to go for a job outlook for the future, CCNP or CCSP?
2. Which one will I probably be making more money in Network Security, or the CCNP Route?
There is no requirement to have CCNP first however the foundation knowledge it provides really does give you a better understanding of networking before jumping straight into security. If you are considering CCIE I would definitely take CCNP first.
To answer your second question, CCSP will probably get you more money.
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