The redhat isnt necessary, but if it's easy to get, go ahead and get it. There is a market for linux admins although for the most part not alot of people are using redhat, but most of the linux flavors are pretty much the same.
I'm currently enrolled in school and obtaining a Cisco CCNA certificate. My school also offers a RedHat certificate. I don't know much about RedHat and was curious if it was even worth applying myself to while obtaining a future career?
Also, is an A+ certificate important as well?
I'm ultimately gonna graduate (bachelors) with a Computer Information Systems degree but while on they way there, I'm working on my 2yr degree and I can graduate my 2yr with at least two certificates from my local college. One being the CCNA and other being whatever, b/c I just want what's best. I was thinking about a Web Development certification b/c I do love building homepages and I am looked upon as very creative.
Insight would be great. Thanks!