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East Bay Access/SQL Server Database Users Group Message Board › MS Access career path

MS Access career path

A former member
Post #: 2
Hello, I'd just like to poll our group, to see how many of us are working as full time employees using MS Access. I am not currently working, and have some experience with MS Access, and want evaluate whether or not I should invest a lot of my time into this technology. If there are indeed jobs out there, I could put some dedicated effort into filling out my knowledge of this technology, in order to qualify for some position. I have done an extensive amount of consulting in the past, on different (older) technologies, which don't look like good opportunities in this market.

Please give me your thoughts,

Harold C.
San Francisco, CA
Post #: 22
I have two part-time jobs, both are working with MS Access. MS Access is a fine product, as long as you don't have too many users and don't want to use the web instead.
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