You don't need a master's to succeed in a hands-on SAP career, however. I know a small percentage of successful
SAP consultants who have a master's degree, but most of them don't. What successful SAP consultants have in common is years of hands-on project experience focused on a particular niche that relates well to their overall skills and interests. As far as which part of SAP you should pursue, I don't know enough about your background or interests to say. And it doesn't matter much, because at this point, you want to go where the opportunities take you. Don't get too stuck on SAP. Focus instead on getting exposure to enterprise-level software that tackles key business problems. It could be SAP, it could be Oracle, it could be another area entirely. Take the most challenging jobs you can find. If you choose skills over money and keep pushing and learning about the latest technologies, you'll be surprised how your career unfolds.
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