Unless you plan to get involved in network installation, including network cabling installation, this is probably not necessary. Because most cabling work tends to be handed out of house to installers or companies that specialize in such work, a structured cabling certification will probably not have much impact, positive or negative, on your systems administration career growth—unless of course, you plan to go to work for a cable installation outfit of some kind (or already work at one).
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