Should I get into the SAP world?

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I am a Master's Student @ Arizona State University, and I have got an opportunity to work for SAP America as an ABAP Programmer. They would teach me ABAP Programming and I could work on a project there. But I am confused is because, I was thinking of studying basic fundamentals of CS and aiming for companies such as Google. Also, I have done an internship in .NET web services, and I can work on Java too. I am confused as to should I learn java and .NET better and look for it enabled companies, or should I take up this SAP offer and get into the SAP World? This question comes up because I understand that SAP and all is based on demand, it could be in demand today and be out tomorrow. So how wise is it choose SAP Job. Please help... Anybody... Thanking you in Advance.. :)

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I believe you can be successful in a position with SAP. If they are willing to train you upon hiring, chances are they will (re)train you if business trends change. Best wishes in your job search!

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