I'm also not entirely sure about the HTI+, either, because total numbers of HTI+ certified professionals still remain pretty small (under 200, according to various CompTIA member organizations who claim to have reason to know).
It's a tough, demanding exam that will require a lot of study, not to mention time and expense. It would be a shame to expend them only to see your situation remain more or less the same.
Maybe if you were to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me more about your NCCER cert (what topic or trade? when earned?) and where you're trying to go, career-wise, I could be a bit more helpful. As it is, I don't feel like I know much of anything that really applies to your situation.
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