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need job in australia...

 
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Hi friends,
I want to work in Australia in software field. I have one year experience in J2SE and J2EE. Could any body tell me the process of getting job there. How should I proceed in that direction, through any consultant or online application or any other way.
Please help me.
Thanks a lot.
Pooja jain.
 
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www.seek.com.au
www.hays.com.au

These two sites are probably your best bet.
The job market is pretty good at the moment for IT in OZ but it is still a hard market to enter.

I don't know how much luck you'll have from overseas. It would be alot easier to find a job once you are in country
 
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