"Your degree would imply a career in SD and CRM, but your experience and interest lies in the logistics side of SAP. There are a number of modules and areas that play to your strengths. For example, perhaps the emerging SAP RFID area would be a hot field for you to pursue. However, since you are recently out of school, I think you need to be open to the best opportunities that come your way - even if they involve skills you weren't expecting to use..."
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"I'm not sure why you're looking for a career change, but I'm assuming that it's because you've been having difficulty finding work using your core ABAP skills. I think it's good that you're looking into the "next generation" SAP technologies like NetWeaver, and it's something I think all ABAP programmers should do. However, I view that less as a dramatic career change and more as a skills enhancement. You would still be an SAP developer, but you'd have some additional cutting edge skills that a lot of folks don't yet have..."
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