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Looking for a entry level job/ Internship

 
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Hi

I am looking for a entry level job in US or internship also fine with me.

My skills are Java j2ee xml jsp,sql&pl/sql

thanks
 
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With all due respect, those are skills thousands of people claim to have. If you're currently allowed to work in the USA, you should state that. If you're not, nobody is going to trouble themselves to find out what you might bring to the table on such a vague description of your skills. If there's something unique about your skills, by all means, mention it - some company might look for just that skill set. Otherwise, you're competing with thousands (maybe tens of thousands) of people with similar qualifications. In that case, the chances of success are close to zero.
 
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HI Ulf,

Thanks for suggestion as i am a having EAD(GC).I worked for Citi corp on XML technology.But now i am preparing for SCJP1.5.Please let me know is thier any special technologies i need to learn in java.How cani boost my resume so that some can able give a job once if they have a look at it.....

Thanks in advance
 
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I worked for Citi corp on XML technology.



Explain what you specifcally did with XML technology.
 
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