I got my associate degree in Computer Technology Integration in May 2014. Since then, I have had very little success getting my career started in IT. At the time I graduated, I had A+, Network+, and ACE certifications, and received very little interest for the jobs I was applying for. Since then, my A+ and Network+ certifications have expired, and having practically no real job experience in the IT field, I feel like my chances of getting hired are getting slimmer as time goes on.
I've recently been thinking about going for my MCSA to have something new to put on my resume and show that I am staying current with technology. Right now I'm mainly looking for entry-level desktop support type jobs.
Would this be a good move to jump-start my career? Seeing that having A+ and Network+ certs didn't seem to help much before, I feel like getting re-certified in those would be a waste of time and money for me. Is the MCSA more desirable to employers than the CompTIA certs?
Any input is greatly appreciated!