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Java Job Market in Texas

 
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Hello,
Can anyone tell about the Java job market in Texas, especially in DFW area? I am an Aug 2001 graduate of Texas A&M( Computer Science), but I am just now beginning my job search in earnest. Obviously, my programming language of choice is Java with a strong intersest in Web components(J2EE, JSP, Servlets, EJB). If there is anyone that knows of openings in this area, please let me know. I realize that I am definitely narrowing the job search here, but because of family reasons this is what I choose for the current time.
 
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I think it's poor, but better than Austin or Silicon Valley.
I know people who have graduated in the last year from UT Austin CS and are still getting hired immediately, but that's one the best CS departments in the country.
 
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Go to http://www.javamug.org, subscribe our joblist. There are quite a few job postings there. Obviously better than some other joblists.
However, it is a tough market. My daughter graduated 12-2000, CS major from UTD. Every single classmate of hers found a job then. Now, above half of them were laid out, and not a single one has been re-hired yet. Luckly, she is leading the software department in her company now.
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