Yes and No. Hiring managers might like certifications, but here in the Netherlands the two most asked certifications are ISTQB and T-Map. So the ones you name might not be useful in Europe.
Also read this question: Do ISTQB/ISEB Testing Certificates prove that someone can test?
Personally I am a follower of the http://www.professionaltestersmanifesto.org/ movement, and I choose to be not certified.
I, as a professional software tester, believe:
That standards compliance is no substitute for knowledge and skills,
and that possessing a certificate demonstrates neither.
That companies have been convinced that only certified testers should
That organizations who use certification as a surrogate for rigorous
selection processes place the quality of their testing at risk.
That organizations who make money from creating or promoting standards
and certifications are biased in their thinking by the potential
financial rewards of convincing organizations that only certified
testers are professional testers. Those organizations may include
those who sell training, consulting or other related services.
That testing benefits from diversity and not homogeneity: that testing
is not a profession that can be standardized but instead needs to
remain an intellectual professional activity.
That choosing not to be certified does not mean I do not take my
profession seriously. It is because I take my profession seriously
that I choose not to be certified.