Database Management for Geoscienctist

Profile: Tannistha
ABAP or BASIS Career
Database management
Hi, I am a geophysics major with good knowledge in programming. I am interested to join as a database manager to an IT firm. Will a degree in database management be helpful to my career choice?

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