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Old 04-03-2010, 04:09 PM
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Default IT prospect.. SAP or not SAP

I am aware that in SAP market, candidates.. consultant with or without certifications, are already well paid pending on companies like IBM, Accenture, HP, NCS.. fighting against Giant like Oracle. But SAP is a huge market.

Considering in SAP, buried deep and long hours with the work and projects for 1-2 years and continue as support else deployed to other projects and earn more as experience increase.

If taken as other software support whom provide support and minor technical expertise and no development knowledge but with exposure to banking industry and travel as require, flexibility is the enjoyment..

definitely SAP earn and pay well but like no life.

Given ur choice, how would you rate?

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Old 22-03-2010, 03:33 PM
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are you in the real world or still daydreaming?
unless you are silver-spoon fed, this is the reality for most people isn't it?
companies pay you well to do your job well - so unless you are very smart and can finish your work well, the hours need to be put in.

sure, in some sense you lose your hours, but what are you asking for? you seem to come across as wanting your cake and eat it too. like i said, unless you are super smart and super efficient ...

what's your objective? be smart, earn your money and keep your time.
or a small inconvenience, sacrificing some things to meet your objectives.

dude, your perspective in life sucks! (Mika)

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Old 22-03-2010, 03:55 PM
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Given ur choice, how would you rate?
Can you get into the SAP action in the first place?

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Old 22-03-2010, 04:10 PM
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you in no rights to carry out any form of disrespect on how people should view their rights, lives, or perspective dude.

I'm here posting on my points and check out market movement..

yes I am in SAP.. I already seen part of the environment.. I know the reality. but there are people in SAP doing a much fairer and easier life and some unlucky in a tougher projects.. yet both earning the same.

and lastly, post ur comments, ur suggestions not ur insult to people...


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Old 22-03-2010, 05:41 PM
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I am aware that in SAP market, candidates.. consultant with or without certifications, are already well paid pending on companies like IBM, Accenture, HP, NCS.. fighting against Giant like Oracle. But SAP is a huge market.

Considering in SAP, buried deep and long hours with the work and projects for 1-2 years and continue as support else deployed to other projects and earn more as experience increase.

If taken as other software support whom provide support and minor technical expertise and no development knowledge but with exposure to banking industry and travel as require, flexibility is the enjoyment..

definitely SAP earn and pay well but like no life.

Given ur choice, how would you rate?
Considering most IT people have to work long hours, it definitely pays off to be in SAP. Its good to accumulate more wealth when you are young, and you will have more options when you get older. Then again, its still a question of what you expect in life. Work life balance is challenging, but it can be done with effort and a little bit of luck.

I am sure you are already doing better than the moron who only knows how to insult.
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Old 22-03-2010, 07:15 PM
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thanks IT manager.. yar i heard that from my boss too..
when u r young.. strive hard to achieve and accumulated the hardship as exxp.. and yes.. freedom sacrificed. hai den partner will complaint u didnt spend time with her when she know work impt and for the sake of $$$...

its like u facing ur own palm.. front or back, both are your own hand..
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We should aim to earn maximum pay with minimum effort.
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We should aim to earn maximum pay with minimum effort.
that's what everyone's doing!
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Considering most IT people have to work long hours, it definitely pays off to be in SAP.
That's very true, might as well wack SAP. Even then, with the kind of hours an IT person is committing, the pay seems average at most even for SAP people
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