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Entry Level Java Job

 
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Hello, I live in the Philadelphia area and I'm looking for an entry level Java Job. I passed the Sun Java 2 Programmers Certification in June and I am also skilled in JSP, Servlets, Beans, RMI, JDBC, Applets and Swing packages. I also know C, C++, Visual Basic 6, Flash 5, HTML, JavaScript and DreamWeaver. I am willing to relocate for the right job. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Kevin:
You may want to try www.jobcircle.com
Also, they are hosting tonight (I think) a "Pink Slip Party" that you may want to attend. Links are on ther page.
Don't get dismayed by the job discussion board - it's a crying wall so to speak.
John Coxey
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