Polarized job market for SAP pros
Mark Laughing all the way to the bank not too long ago that SAP experience, particularly programming, was still highly valued even in this job market. Now I know SAP skills are valuable but $840,000? Obviously whoever that was wears a suit and probably doesn’t know anything of the differences in key bindings between vi and emacs. Today some cold water came down on the above story when I came across this article about Daniel Soong’s difficulties in finding a new position (he even volunteered to relocate to India) and he has what sounds like excellent SAP experience.
I have to believe experience with SAP software, particularly development, would make some difference even in this climate. Don’t give up Daniel.