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Hi All,
I passed SCJP last week butI am hunting for Java jobs for the past one year. I am currently in United States, and the market here is really bad. But I can see people still hiring. I also know XML, XSL, JavaScript and little bit of JDBC and Oracle 8i.
Can anyone please tell me where and how can I find a suitable job. I am at home for the past 2 yrs and am really frustated. I hold a degree in Bachelors in Civil Engg but have jumped to computers. I need an entry level job. Salary is not a criteria, i need experience.
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Vidhya.
 
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why don't try for freelancing .

Originally posted by vidhya subramaniam:
Hi All,
I passed SCJP last week butI am hunting for Java jobs for the past one year. I am currently in United States, and the market here is really bad. But I can see people still hiring. I also know XML, XSL, JavaScript and little bit of JDBC and Oracle 8i.
Can anyone please tell me where and how can I find a suitable job. I am at home for the past 2 yrs and am really frustated. I hold a degree in Bachelors in Civil Engg but have jumped to computers. I need an entry level job. Salary is not a criteria, i need experience.
Thanks,
Vidhya.


 
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Vidya, Can i get ur email so that we can talk.
 
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Reddy,
My email add is vidhyaprasad_99@msn.com
 
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