Hi guys ! I hope someone out there could help me soon. I'm on the verge of despair now ! I have a Bachelors in Computer Engineering and need a job desperately. This never-ending job-hunt is driving me crazy ! I have good academics and a high aptitude. I'm willing to learn any new technology ! I also have a US work-permit. If anyone knows a place that's taking students with less experience (less than 1 year) but ones with promise. I score very high on aptitude tests, and my logic and math abilities are very high. However, I seem to be unlucky here. I'm tired of sitting at home and filling up resumes on sites day in and day out ! I also have excellent communicational abilities and have been a Team Leader in India in the past. Please help me. I can work anywhere in the US for any pay for relevant experience. Any ideas, anybody ??? I can also work as technical writer (anything now).
posted 16 years ago
Why wouldn't anybody reply ??? Guys, I'm running out of time and feeling so desperate. Somebody out there should be able to help me !!! Should I get a certification ? If so, what ? I'm a Java newbie and know C++. Anybody needs a Technical Writer ??? Entry level programmer ??? Intern ??? Volunteer ??? Anything !!! Please ....
Veena, If you are intersted in volunteer oppurtunities, please have a look at this link http://redcross.volunteermatch.org/virtual/ Click on the "Computers and Technology" link n this page (for IT openings). Regards, Lakshmi.
Hi, I hope that you have found a good job by now. I may be helpful to you. Can you work through collaboration using internet? The idea is, me getting projects and then working with someone responsible. If interested, please reply with atleast some detail of your experience. Thanx, Maki Jav
Internet is not a great tool to look for Jobs. Do you know that Networking helps people find jobs 70% of the time, where as Internet helps only 10% of the time. Try to reach out to all of your friends, contacts, acquaintances and see if that makes a difference.
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