Learning Guide

SAP job seeker's guide

 


 

Trying to land an SAP job? You have come to the right place. This SearchSAP.com guide gathers all the best information from across the Web to help you land that dream developer job, that blissful Basis position, that crème de la crème consulting role ... well, you get the idea. Check out our expert advice, resources, articles and online learning tools designed to get you ahead in your job search and make you a valuable commodity in today's competitive job market.

Happy job hunting!

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* Don't miss our companion guide -- SAP Career Advancement Learning Guide *

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
   Ready to join the SAP community? Here's some advice
   Researching
   Applying
   Interviewing
   Networking
   Certification
   Consulting
   Outsourcing questions
   Books/discussions/other resources
   More Learning Guides

"There is no one right way to break into SAP. You need to remember that the key to getting a foothold into the SAP world is not through training courses, but through hands-on project experience. I recommend two practical things: Head towards the area of SAP that is most relevant to your current skills, and review the SAP job openings you see online and compare them with your current skills. My approach to breaking into SAP is not to take the sexiest course you can find, but to carefully map your current skills into SAP and fill in the blanks."

-- Jon Reed

 

 

  Ready to join the SAP community? Here's some advice...  Return to Table of Contents

 

You'll find even more expert advice on careers and certification in our Ask the Expert section. If you're looking for personal advice, send in a question to our resident expert Jon Reed.

 

 

 

  Researching  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Applying  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Interviewing  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Networking  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Certification  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Consulting  Return to Table of Contents

You need two things to succeed as an independent SAP consultant: You need a hot, niche skill, backed up by years of relevant, focused experience, and you need client references from multiple SAP projects.

-- Jon Reed

 

 

  Outsourcing  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Books/discussions/other resources  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  More Learning Guides  Return to Table of Contents

* Don't miss our companion guide -- SAP Career Advancement Learning Guide *
 

This was first published in June 2005

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