One of IT’s most frequently asked questions is, “How can I turn SAP knowledge into money?” The answer to this question typically involves becoming a consultant or systems integrator employee. However, SAP itself offers a limited number of employment opportunities for everyone from developers to business-level consultants.
An interesting trend in SAP’s employment practices is the way in which smaller countries are becoming hotbeds of SAP hiring activities. Consider, for example, Argentina, where SAP is currently trying to fill 36 jobs. For Spanish-speaking SAP career aspirants in position, these are plum opportunities — some of which have been listed as open for several months, perhaps indicating that SAP has had trouble filling them. This is an interesting situation because, as some you may know from experience, it is much rarer to find SAP positions that remain open this long in the United States or Western Europe.
Some of SAP Argentina’s jobs don’t even appear to require a knowledge of Spanish, as they are posted in English (other job notices are in Spanish only, or in English and Spanish). Potential applicants, take note!
Demir Barlas, Site Editor