I would apply for the handful of jobs that look closest to your current skills. The best ones would be jobs that do not require hands-on BW but say "BW experience preferred." These would be the jobs that might get you BW exposure, assuming you have some of the required skills. If you have trouble landing these types of jobs, then as a fallback, I would apply to jobs that do not require any BW skills at all, as long as they are in SAP environments. You might have to take a non-SAP job within an SAP environment to get your foot in the door. Once you get inside an SAP environment, over time, you may be able to push more directly into BW. So, go for the most appealing BW jobs first, and then have some fallback options in case those don't work out.
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