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Macintosh Certifications for Germany


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Dear Friends,

I am working as a Broadcast System Support Engineer in Pakistan largest Television Channel. I have a Masters Degree in Telecommunication, Bachelors degree in Electronics & 3+ years experience in System Support (MAcintosh & PC) support. I want to go in Europe specially in Germany.
I want to know which certifications are required for getting Macintosh related job in Germany

Thanks

Syed
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