Grow your career (and salary) with industry-recognized certification training

Few career moves can make as immediate an impact as adding some advanced certifications to the resume. Meanwhile, the right certifications can increase your salary by as much as 40%.

  • Whizlabs offers certification training that can grow your career.
  • Whizlabs training includes fields like cloud computing, project management, digital marketing and more.
  • A lifetime Whizlabs subscription is discounted to $59.


For anyone looking to advance their professional career, few moves can make as immediate an impact as adding some advanced certifications to the resume. Earning those premium accolades is business world shorthand for “this is a seriously qualified candidate who has proven they know their stuff.” Meanwhile, the right certifications can increase your salary by as much as 40%.

However, certifications are also often vendor-specific and require big investments of time and money, and, frankly, there are just too darn many of them.

Enter Whizlabs, a two-decade pioneer in the online training field who has helped more than 3 million professionals cut through the certification noise and get to the actual industry knowledge that gets candidates hired or promoted.

With a lifetime subscription, you’ll have access to their complete roster of online certification training in several critical disciplines like cloud computing, Java, big data, project management, Linux, AWS, digital marketing and more.

Whizlabs understands the importance of passing an exam in the first attempt. To make that happen, they enlist experts and certified field pros to craft training courses and practice tests that get right to the heart of that subject.

Students can work through Whizlabs’ constantly updating roster of courses at their own pace, amassing any number of essential industry skills that can make all the difference in ascending the corporate ladder.

Buy now: A $4,500 value, a lifetime of access to Whizlabs’ entire catalog of training is now on sale at fraction of that price, just $59 while this offer lasts.

Prices are subject to change.

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