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Career Change from SAP?

 
#1 Career Change from SAP?
12/12/2014 17:11

leonidas

Hello fellow consultants. I started working in the SAP Security area ever since I graduated from Penn State with a business degree in '07. I started my career with IBM, left for 2 years, and returned in 2012. I made decent money, and have become very knowledgeable within my field. However, I have come to the realization that this is not what I want to do for the rest of my life.

I feel a bit pigeon-holed. How does one transition from one area of consulting to something completely different? I've played out all the scenarios in my head, but I wanted your thoughts on what would be the BEST route.

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#2 RE: Career Change from SAP?
14/12/2014 21:04

ConsultantMan to leonidas (#1)

Hello fellow consultants. I started working in the SAP Security area ever since I graduated from Penn State with a business degree in '07. I started my career with IBM, left for 2 years, and returned in 2012. I made decent money, and have become very knowledgeable within my field. However, I have come to the realization that this is not what I want to do for the rest of my life.

I feel a bit pigeon-holed. How does one transition from one area of consulting to something completely different? I've played out all the scenarios in my head, but I wanted your thoughts on what would be the BEST route.

Just find a project that allows you to pick up new skills. It may have to be a SAP based project.

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