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hi all,
i have done my engineering in electronics and communication,from bangalore india. I have 2 yrs work experience. I work as an SAP Consultant.
But i am planning to do Master Sustainable Development and Environmental Management. I wanted to know what are the job prospects after doing masters in the above field.
02-16-2017 12:33 PM
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I know this is not exactly the same, but I hope it helps : Environmental Engineering : A Booming Career Option

Also, if it's about money, stay in SAP field. I don' really know how many jobs are out there for the exact mentioned field but they are definitely less than SAP field.

Things will change over due time, but it might take a few or more years. I don't see things changing immediately. Potential is definitely there.

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thanks for the replay VMEHTA.
the main reason why i wanted to change my field is because IT field does not interest me.
i was always interested in environmental field.
i noticed you are in Environmental Engineering. can you tell me about this?
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Hi:

Environmental related grad programs had always struggled to gain major traction in the labor force because of the changing political and generational sentiments. Just a year or so ago, the momentum towards such areas looked unstoppable. I continue to think - despite the recent hiccup - that the future for sustainable development etc is bright. However, you need a degree from the very top universities. Average programs in this area will not offer the best ROI but rather a difficult job search.

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hi all,
i have less than 60% in grad. but i have 2 yrs work exp. and i am also certified SAP consultant. how do i make my profile more attractive ,apart from getting high scores in GRE. Is there any chance for me getting into top university?
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