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This is hopeless, can't find a job anywhere
 
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Are you writing good cover letters and sending good quality resumes?
 
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I believe I am. The problem is that all companies want at 3-5 yrs of IT experience and I only have 1.5 years of professional experience
 
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Worrying!!
 
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Same here. No jobs out there.
 
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Originally posted by anne lai:
Same here. No jobs out there.


I just came out of this. Its too bad out there and it takes 2 to 4 months to get the job. And everything is very uncertain. Even after good interview you cannot guarantee if its gonna come thru.
 
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If you need H-1 sponsorship and looking for entry-level job, you're out of luck at this time
Not many companies are willing to sponsor entry-level programmer. Most companies will require MS in Comp. Sci + minimum 2-3 years of experience
At this point of time, you need to be exceptional to get an entry-level job with H-1 sponsorship
You can keep trying, but I suggest you go back to school and get Master's degree
Good Luck
 
It would give a normal human mental abilities to rival mine. To think it is just a tiny ad:
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