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Hi guys,
I got a question for you. A guy got his M.S(computer) in America, worked for two years coding Java (1.5 years experience on WebSphere application server). Also, he got the following certifications:
Sun Certified Java Programmer for Java 1.2
Sun Certified Web Component Developer
Sun Certified Java Developer for Java 1.2
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE
IBM Certified Systems Expert - Administration for IBM WebSphere Application Server, Advanced Edition V4.0
What should his annual salary be? Just a general range is fine.
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It would depend on location also, some U.S. areas will be higher than others but I'd say 60-90K.
 
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Hi John,
Thank you for your information. By the way, that guy works in Chicago.
Jun Hong
[ January 09, 2002: Message edited by: Jun Hong ]
 
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