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getting a java/j2ee job in US or UK

 
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Hi all,
I have 1 year experience in developing j2ee applications.currently i am working in india. Are there any chances of getting a java/j2ee job in US or UK.
1.is more than 1 year experince required.?
2.can certificates help me?
3.r there any other skills i need to possess.?

Please guide me in what way can i work to get a java/j2ee job in US or UK.
what'd b the avarage salary over there for 1 or 2 years experienced developers.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi,
In current senario, most of the Indian Companies are sending software professionals abroad (i.e. Client Side) for development & implementation purpose. The MNC also provide B1 & H1 VISA to work in USA. The average sal. rate for +2 yrs of exp. in US is $50,000-$60,000 p.a.

If you want to explore opportunity in US, you can always email me your resume at: e_imminent@yahoo.com

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