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Will certifications in three technologies help in Job search

 
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Hi Everyone,
please let me know, will certificates in three technologies such as Sun Java, Sun Solaris, and IBM XML help me in my Job search, I have been searching for a Job for the past three months without any success, very frustrated. and so have decided to get certified in as many technologies as possible, is it worthwile, also have two years of experience in Java technologies, already certified in Sun Java.
Sanjay Balu.
[This message has been edited by Sanjay Balu (edited October 04, 2001).]
 
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I have certifications in sun java and IBM xml.
I have a master degree in computer engineering, BS in Electrical engineering and two years experience in C/C++/Access.I have tried for three months, cann't land a job anyway.
I am in despair.
 
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I think Sanjay's approach is the right approach. Improve yourself and wait for the opportunities. Thing will get better. The best will land a job earlier.
The current job market is bad. I know a lot of top notch people (such as top Java developers/architects) are on the market for several months now. It is because simplely too few jobs available.
All we can do is do our best, then do our best, and hope that is enough.
Sometimes, life is tough, we need to be tougher...
Good luck to both of you!
Roseanne
 
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