Will I have more wealth and job growth by following Cisco or SAP?

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I can't decide between a career following SAP or Cisco. I am already CCNA certified. I want to choose a field where there is growth and wealth. I am not sure where my main interest lies. Thanks for any expert advice.

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To get anywhere with SAP or Cisco you have to develop your knowledge and skills to the highest levels. If you’re willing to earn a CCIE (Cisco’s highest level of certification) or jump through the hoops necessary to become an SAP/R3 consultant–both of which involve years of effort and considerable expense for classes and exams–your income opportunities will be more or less open-ended. Thus, you should choose whichever area interests you more. That’s because the satisfaction you get from doing good work that you enjoy lasts much, much longer than the satisfaction of a big paycheck or lots of job opportunities.

HTH, and thanks for posting,
–Ed–

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