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Hi! all,
I am a java programmer and recently cleared SCJP.
I also know japanese language. Are there sufficient jobs avialable which demands Java & japanese?
If anyone knows, Pls reply.
Am based at India.
 
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Hi Rohito,
I am Japanese. Currently live in the United States as a student. I am about to graduate, and also looking for a job. I haven't got SCJP yet, still studying for it.
I have been looking through websites for info, also. http://www.challengeusa.com/ http://www.monster.com/ http://www.dice.com/
These are some poplular websites. The first one also has Japanese version of the website, so this one has listings of positions that require Japanese language skills.
As far as I have seen,
it is tough to find a job like anywhere else. In my case, since I have made a career change from designer(non-web design), I do not have much experience, it is tough to find one. There are some localization-related positions, but not many.
It depends on the degree of experience you've earned, but if you do, I think you'll see some possibilities. Demand is low. But there are jobs.
Hope that helps,
good luck with the job hunting.
 
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