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hi,
I am currently in usa.
I am looking for java programming jobs which i can do from home.

Does any one provide such service?

Thanks.
 
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I have 2.5 yrs of java programming experience in india.
 
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Thank you rams, I see you must have taken Ben's advice.

Sure, you can probably find Java programming jobs you can do at home in the US.

Problem is, everyone wants to pay you like you're still at home in India.


3 lakhs OK?
 
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hi tim
thanks for the info.

i used to get 4 lakhs in india.
anyways i was expecting in us dollars but don't mind in indian ruppee.

do you have any such opportunity?

or tell me any source where i can find such jobs.

Thanks in advance.
 
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