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Java's Job Situation

 
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Hi Friends,
I am a Computer Engineer and an SCJP form India.I am quite confused as I have got a job in an Software exports firm in New Delhi .I also have a option of Doing MS Computer Science from US .But looking at the present Job situation in US what should I do?
I love java that's why it's quite difficult to hear news that java is Dying .
Help me out.
Vaibhav
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Vaibhav Telang
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I don't understand. Do you have an option (i.e. Visa) to come to the US as a graduate student? That would take you at least one year, maybe more. If so, why are you interested in the Java situation now? Do you intend to get a part-time job while you go to the University?
If you have a student visa and are accepted in a graduate program at a US university, I'd say go for it and worry about employment when you are about to graduate.
Am I missing something?
 
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