Cisco Certification in South America seems to be held in high regards. I was recently abroad over the winter holidays and while lounging about did some job inquiries in Colombia. Little to say there were some heavy salaries to be had if you possess the correct certifications. CCNA seemed to be commanding a minimum salary while the professional certification CCNP and CCSP in particular were being paid US equivalent salaries, this might not seem that big a deal yet once you take into consideration the cost of living difference you will find yourself living the upper class lifestyle. What really took me back was the salary a CCIE could command. In order to attract appropriate talent to the game they were offering approximately twice the going US rate. What does that mean, quarter of a million salary as a base, negotiable up from there. And once again once you factor in the cost of living you are really quite well off. So whats my advice? Learn Spanish and get your CCIE!
Uncategorized February 3rd. 2009, 3:51pm