In general, "migrating" your skills to NetWeaver would be a career path into the 30,000-plus SAP users and the 1200-plus ISVs, SIs, and other SAP partners that are part of the NetWeaver ecosystem. There is no larger enterprise software user base available, outside of the Oracle database and IBM DB2 communities (which overlap considerably with SAP). So if steady employment is the goal, it's a very good idea.
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