well, I think the first step should have been to talk to your employer before becoming certified to see if it would affect position at all? If it would create an opportunity for a pay raise, different duties, etc?....(I should clarify, "if" that's the only reason you became certified)
because, sadly - if not - I doubt that they'll be very open to giving your a raise, especially if you're going to continue doing the same job that you were doing "before" becoming certified.
that being said - never hurts to meet with your supervisor and discuss the possibility of a pay increase.
however - if they don't appreciate the work you've done and what you've achieved....keep your eye's open for a new employer...
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