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Is being an Atlassian-consultant good for my career?


Is being an Atlassian-consultant good for my career?Working with implementation, education, workshops etc. Anyone?I have university degree and about 6 years professional working background. 



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Daniel Ebers
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Oct 27, 2020

Hi Vijay,

welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Sounds good - I would say: yes. There are Atlassian consultant out there, also here in Community, which had success by choosing this career. What is important from my opinion is to be a life long learner and to update knowledge regularly.

Paired with a good portion of empathy and teamwork should you enable to do the best you can.

A lot (I mean it, really a lot) of useful information also can be found in Atlassian Blog
( Especially the articles about teamwork and culture are very interesting.

If you don't know them already the podcast is a wonderful offer to listen to what teamwork is about (

The training website is perfect to refresh knowledge and work towards an exam (

When you feel ready to start something new don't miss this group - from time to tome job offers are put there (


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