I just answered another question in detail about FI/CO. If you read that, you'll see that I think FI/CO is one of the most promising areas of SAP right now – especially when combined with SEM skills. As for 4.6C, why not skip that and go for certification with 4.7 Enterprise? If you're trying to break into SAP at this point, you need to adopt a forward-thinking strategy. Try to gain skills in the "latest and greatest" if at all possible – otherwise you will be trailing from behind as a "junior consultant." But if you can get skills in a new area (or version) of SAP, you might be able to stand out from the pack, even amongst senior SAP consultants.
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