I don't know what new skills your company is willing to teach you. I can think of hotter areas than MM, for example, SCM (Supply Chain Management) and RF/RFID might be logical areas that you could move into if your current employer is heading in that direction. The best strategy is to find out what your company can do for you, and then get a contract offer in hand and see what the rate is and what the opportunity is. From there, you should have a clear sense of your options and you can decide which is the best to pursue.
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