Thus, you should spend some time developing resume or cover letter content that briefly describes what those certs cover, and what skills and knowledge you developed as a consequence of earning them. The only possible exception to this (and it's not as rare as you might think) will be from employers who already use BrainBench tests to ascertain employee and candidate skills, knowledge and abilities.
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