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Two years Exp, BS in CS, No Job

 
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Hi Friends , I came from India to Canada as a Landed immigrant in this Jan,I have two years exp with server side Java (Servlets,JSP,EJB).I am a Sun certified Java Programmer.I also have a BS in computer science and just finished my MBA before leaving India.
last month I started applying for jobs, one company has interviewed me and then said that they have stopped hiring as they are not getting the project they were expecting.
I am in contact with a number of recruiters but no one is still able to get me an interview.
I jave also posted my resume on monster.ca, workopolis.com, jobshark.com, headhunter.ca.
What are the reasons?,there are no jobs?, ecenomy is in bad shape? there is no demand of Java programmers???
Aamir

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Any advice please?
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My advice: keep looking! Get onto the job boards on the internet every day, and send out resumes for any new positions you see. Call a couple of days later to follow up each of them. This is not going to be the easiest time to find a job, but that doesn't mean there aren't any to be found.
 
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