Salary Survey PLUS — Cloud Computing

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Cloud SSPlusA favorite question among certification candidates is the one about the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow: How much money will I make after I finish this certification? There are several factors that determine salary, of course, but a good certification can be a strong argument for someone seeking a raise or bonus. And certain high-paying jobs may require certification as a prerequisite to being hired. We like to ask the money question, too, so we’re making it a bigger part of what we do.

Welcome to the third in our new series of surveys, begun this year in March, that are aimed at smaller targets. We’ll still bring out the big bullseye at the end of each year for our annual Salary Survey. In between, however, we’ll take a more focused look at organizations and companies that offer certifications. We’re calling these new smaller surveys Salary Survey PLUS.

For the November quarterly edition of Certification Magazine, we’re taking a look at cloud certifications. All of them. Not too long ago, cloud computing was barely even a thing. Now everyone from Amazon to Oracle to HP has a dog in the fight, and there are more than 70 certs on the market (with still others in development). If you hold one or more of those credentials, then please pull up a chair. This will only take a minute.

Thanks to everyone who participated in our Cloud Salary Survey! Watch for the results in the next quarterly edition of Certification Magazine.

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