Any inputs on my career change will be highly appreciated.
asmunaz 1 year ago
Someone or Anyone who answers this question, I would be greatly indebted to!!! The question may not fit here but my intuition feels that this is the right forum.
I have a 3-year experience in Oracle E-Business Suite Financials and Procurement. To enter in this technology was not a matter of choice but was destined to me when it was alloted by corporate HR.
Now I am doing my MS in Information Systems and have a conflict of interests on which technology to pursue after graduation. But my interests are as below:
- Only limited or small to medium (at the most) intense Coding (Optional)
- IT S/W needs understanding Business aspects and able to relate it to the business architecture or workings
- Want to work in a few (2-3) tools proficiently that have wide scope and in all organizations (mostly like google, Microsoft, Apple, Samsung) and exciting. Doesnt necessary require intense coding.
- I am not bothered about billing rate. For me, it is all about loving the work and not working for money. Money will come on its own, if we prove our worth.
- Has immense future potential and influence technologies.
Big Data and Cloud excites me but I dont know whether this is what I want.
Any suggestions of the best-fit IT career path is welcome.
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