If you look on the Indeed website and enter 'SSRS', several jobs pop up, however, almost none are for SSRS.
You have Sharepoint, DBA, Analyst, C# developer, Data Architect, ETL Developer.
What the heck is that all about?
Why is it that doing straight reporting in SSRS isn't a stand alone position?
If programming were a meal, SSRS is no longer the main course - it's a side item.
That just doesn't seem right.
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