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I am a lecturer (3 & a half yr) for MBA students & have done MBA in 2009 and married since 1 yr. I aspire to do SAP-SD module but there are 3 major confusions: 1. whether or not I will get above 30000 salary per month, 2. whether I will be able to give sufficient time to family 3. whether the maternity leave benefits be given to me by the new organization? I do not want to make a hasty decision as big investment is involved in it.

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Going by the context of your content, I guess you are from India. Pardon me if I am wrong.

1. Salary: you should be able to get 30000 INR quite easily since you have done your MBA in 2009. But the catch is you need to have real time experience. 
2. Time to family: this purely depends on the company where you are joining and the work policies they have. If you are put into a project which has tight deadlines, work hours might get extended. Kindly speak to HR clearly at the time of interview and express your concerns.
3. Maternity leave: Again depends on company policies. Check with HR at the time of Interview.
Regarding huge investments as you had given, kindly choose the correct training partner who would give real time training and assist you in getting a suitable job. As a lecturer you communication skills should not be a problem. And you have some gap after your education. 

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  • CharlieBrowne
    are you asking about $30,000 a month in america dollars? If you find a position that will start you off ar $360,000 a year AND give you plenty of time for you family, please let us know who that employer is. Many of us would like to apply for a position there.
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  • ToddN2000
    I agree with Charlie, for almost 1,000 a day you could call me anytime 24/7. As for time with family, most companies start with 2 weeks vacation after 1 year and additional weeks/or days are earned at certain intervals. Most companies do have a cap nowadays. My ex father in-law had 8 weeks of vacation but my sister who has worked for a large insurance company for 28 years has 30 vacation days. Me personally the max I can earn is 4 weeks. If you are concerned with the maternity issue there is the FMA (family medical leave act) I think that will hold your job for up to 12 weeks(unpaid) but you would have to check with the HR department of the prospective employer.
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