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Looking for Java jobs in UK

 
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hi,
I am currently in the UK and hold a dependent visa which expires in Jan, 2008. But I can extend this for another year. I dont have much experience in the industry, having recently completed MCA from India. I have been trying to find a job in the UK for the last 6 months, with no luck. I registered my CV in most of the jobsites and employment agencies, but am not getting any replies. Is it difficult to find jobs in UK without experience? Should I try something else? Please advice on this.
 
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hi,

its not dificult to find jobs in UK. By the way,, are you in London? ,
You can find lot of jobs in London, in the IT field. And of that, i think java is most highly looked for than .NET. And Java ppl are paid more than .NET ppl on average. This is what i see tho

It would be better if you have some experience (at least 1.5 yrs). Job sites might not reply if you dont have that much experience.
 
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