I've been in a funk trying to decide what I want to do. Right now I'm effectively a business analyst or systems analyst and project manager. I've been asked if I want to switch fully to BA instead of this jack of all trades thing I've been doing the last couple of years. I have spent many years on the tech side so it feels like a waste if I give it all up, and let it atrophy away but I don't know how sustainable or portable a jack of all trades (business + tech) would be outside my existing workplace.
Also there's a good chance I'll be in the middle of nowhere in a couple of years. At that stage I don't know whether it would be easier to find a job as a (well-compensated) developer or as a BA. I saw that the CFA Institute just came out with their Claritas Certificate (i.e. CFA-lite for people in the investment field who will NOT be directly making investment decisions), and am wondering if I should take it or take something technical like a WPF or WCF programming class.