"It's hard to say what the right decision is without knowing more about each offer and your career goals. Obviously,...
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learning about outsourcing would give you inside knowledge on a global trend that is not going away. But getting BW exposure is also promising. It sounds to me like the tie-breaker in your situation might be lifestyle. If you choose the BW consulting offer, it's possible you may have to travel more, and commit yourself to becoming a traveling SAP consultant from project to project. The outsourcing opportunity might allow you to keep your travel to a minimum..." Click here to read the rest of the response...
"It's hard to resist answering a question from someone who has taken the time to read my previous answers so carefully. You are right: I generally advise college graduates to stay open to all the options out there, and not just hone in on SAP. But here you are as a functional SD consultant. That's not such a bad place to be..."
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