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How can I get my foot in the door in the world of SAP consulting?

I live in the U.S. but have the opportunity to work for Fujitsu in India in an entry-level position. I haven't yet been able to get a similar offer from a company in the U.S. Do you think it is worth moving half way around the world, work there for a year or two, and hope that I gain the experience and knowledge necessary to land a descent job here in the U.S.? Or do you think that it would be too much hastle and it would be best if I kept trying my luck here?

I'm curious to hear you guys' thoughts!


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  • Posted on May 10, 2014 at 05:25 AM

    Hi Akshay,

    as you don't know where your future is, so i think you have to grab this oppurtunity. while in USA you have seen millions of people who have just walked there to get a good oppurtunity, so it never matters

    how far you are from your home to start your career, that menas if you are getting a good oppurtinity

    to work with, you should take it on priority basis, it might become a fruitful decision for you.

    And as you are saying that "should i stay here at USA to look for another option", dear its upto you.

    If you think you can find a better oppurtunity there, then you can stay, but droping an oppurtunity sometimes creates a problem, so i will not suggest it to you.

    Now, you can talk to your family and ask what they wants, i think you are so smart to choose the best

    option , rather than asking to others.

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  • Posted on May 10, 2014 at 09:11 AM


    if you have enough expereince on SAP you can still get the job in the US.

    if there is a constraint of moving away from the US you better try in US ,sure you will the Job.

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