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Career dilemma, Java or SAP?

 
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Hey guys, I live in India and I am about to become an Engineer with major in Information Technology. I can't decide which career to chose. I have 2 options in my mind
1. Work with an IT company with Java technology in which I enjoy programming and developing my final year project
2. Go for SAP course which I heard has good opportunities for working on-site and gives good salary
If I should go for SAP which module should I chose? ABAP or other module?
I know nothing about SAP.
So that's it, which one has good opportunities in India, which one has in USA or other developed countries. I'd prefer to go to the USA so which one is good for me.
So please help me..!
Thank you guys in advance..!
 
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You are not going to create a career out of a single technology or language.
 
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