The verbiage that surrounds the A+ indicates it's supposed to identify suitable PC technicians with six or more months of relevant, applicable hands-on skills, knowledge, and ability. This aims A+ folks at entry-level PC technician and tech support jobs. These are in somewhat short supply in some parts of the country, but diligent search should help you find something. That said, these kinds of jobs typically don't pay very well, and are best regarded as stepping stones to more senior (and higher-paying) technical positions in tech support, PC repair, or IT departments.
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