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SAP career advancement guide

No matter how much you may love your career, every SAP professional is looking for advice and information on hot career trends and the best options in the IT market. This SearchSAP.com SAP career guide gathers premium information from across the Web to

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prepare you for every aspect of career transition -- whether you're looking to make a drastic career change or simply advance your current position. Check out our expert advice, resources, articles and online learning tools designed to get you ahead and make you a valuable commodity in today's competitive job market.

Happy job hunting!

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   Changing careers? Here's some advice
   Refresh your skills
   Outsourcing questions
   Books/discussions/other resources
   More Learning Guides
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"The best way to make career transitions is to find a way to 'leverage' your current skills and show the employer who will be 'cross-training' you that you have something to offer them right away."

-- Jon Reed

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


  Refresh your skills  Return to Table of Contents


  Certification  Return to Table of Contents


  Networking  Return to Table of Contents

"Improving your soft skills can only benefit your career and help your organization ... if you're an individual IT professional who wants to improve your interpersonal skills, you can pitch the idea of a full-scale training program to your upper management, or you can attend a seminar series outside the company. You can also consider hiring a personal coach. While natural leadership skills are good, few [IT managers] can claim they have nothing to gain from some extra coaching."

-- Krissi Danielsson, freelance writer, covering IT careers


  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 questions  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 Job Seeker's Learning Guide *

This was first published in June 2005

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