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java market ????????

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is the hullaballu bout java jobs true... I ve heard from
friends that there is a reccesion goin on in states and the
most suffered are Java prfessionals ....
clear my doubts...they are disturbing my study for SCJP.
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Well, if your primary interest is not on getting the java skill but rather the US oppurtunity, then let me tell you that java ,atleast on the consultancy front in US is on a downslide. I think the java market in India is doing pretty good (correct me if i am mistaken) , and what skill u acquire should pay u in the long run in India. US, is certainly don't the place to come now if u are just about learning java. The market here is looking for experience in specialized domains.
Java, is not down and will not go down as it is such a beautiful language for developers. Its that the web development market is down due to the demise of the dot coms here. So what i suggest is learn java and don't get distracted by US market. In my opinion the s/w market in India has great potential for growth.
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