You will have to undertake a difficult task: nailing down your goals.

If working in management capacity is important to you, the MBA might be the way to go, especially if you like to work for large corporations.

Keep in mind, however, that an MBA doesn’t command as much respect as it used to. That is probably because it has become a more broadly held and commonly available credential, perhaps losing some of its worth in the process.

If, on the other hand, you are seeking increased pay and responsibility but aren’t necessarily fascinated to the management role, an MBA might not do you a whole lot of good, and SAP certification might be just what you are looking for.

People with excellent technical skills can command a premium designation in the job market because companies desperately need them to keep up with technology. The bottom line is that the only person who can decide what sort of career move is best for you, is “You”.

Ranking one opportunity above another is pointless without doing so in the context of your personal goals and aspirations. You will have to figure out just what those are, research your options with an open mind, and decide for yourself.

Lastly, with all what the world is facing globally due to pandemic- Do you really have 2years to spend on Masters? Can you afford to wait for 2 years for getting a job? Or you get SAP certified, grab a job with big brands and then do MBA in distance ?Think on… When you can get Global SAP certification in 3-4 months, why to spend 2yrs. “Time is precious”

After all the above discussion definition of Success for me remains- Skilled + Good Observer+ Quick Learner+ “आत्मनिर्भर” =Success

Ruchi Mulatkar
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