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What jobs pay �70K + In I.T

 
Marcus Raphael
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What would you have to do to get there?
How long do you think it would take?
 
Steven Broadbent
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Become a recruitment consultant, seriously. Some can't even spell java.
 
Marcus Raphael
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ha, ha
I'm not embarrassed about being ambitious!
lol
 
Ajeet Jose
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10+ year in IT dev
6+ year Java, C++
4+ year Architect
2+ year J2EE
2+ year Weblogic/Websphere
+++ good luck
By the time you get there IT would have been like toys/manufacture industry
only "made in china".
Hey,
These days have you seen any toys not "made in china"?.
That gives the clue....
[ December 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajeet Jose ]
 
Marcus Raphael
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Busines Management is a good line. Not as fast moving. I may transfer to management down the line, because the future isnt bright for software!
 
Tony Collins
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I would say development managers in investment banks. But you'll be in the office 'til ten every night and under emmense stress.
Tony
 
Tony Collins
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Marcus some advice, be humble. You'll get nowhere in software otherwise, independant of what your ability is.
Tony
 
Al Newman
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Tony, if Marcus is smart, he's smart! Why should he try to hide it?
 
Raseswari Achanta
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6+ years exp in IT and Fixed Income(Financial Domain) exp.
 
Jeroen Wenting
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patent lawyer specialising in software patents.
 
ravi appala
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I think SAP consultant's are getting 70k + very easily with having 4+ years expereince. 4 years back, Java,J2EE and SAP consultants were getting almost same, now the Java consultants (even with good exp, certifications) not getting any comparative to SAP consultants?
 
Ajeet Jose
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SAP > J2EE :roll:
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by ravi appala:
I think SAP consultant's are getting 70k + very easily with having 4+ years expereince. 4 years back, Java,J2EE and SAP consultants were getting almost same, now the Java consultants (even with good exp, certifications) not getting any comparative to SAP consultants?

I agree that SAP is incredibly growing in the current situation... Can anyone mention the main advantage of SAP? I've no idea about SAP and related things... :roll:
 
Jeroen Wenting
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Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:

I agree that SAP is incredibly growing in the current situation... Can anyone mention the main advantage of SAP? I've no idea about SAP and related things... :roll:

Main advantage: noone but SAP consultants understands the first thing about it, thus making SAP consultants resources a SAP customer cannot do without.
Pretty much where J2EE was a few years ago I guess.
 
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