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hello i finish my BE in mechanical.and i know c,c++ and java.
also know unix.but i dont no how search to jobs.
give me idea to me.

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I am moving this to jobs discussion.
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I gather you are in India. Are you looking for jobs in India or is it U.S. where you want to be?
In US
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1. Go to yahoo.com or other search engines. Search for jobs+java.
I would guess you can add +location
2. there are websites: such as monster.com, hotjobs.com
They may have international listings.
3. Individual companies also have jobs sections on their websites.
4. Talk to other graduates, find out how they did it.
Always use many sources to look for jobs - the internet (individual recruiters, websites such as monster, company's websites), newspaper and magazines, people you know.

Good luck.
 
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