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I am one of so many entry level people looking for a break. Recently I passed the SCJP1.4. I do not have any experience apart from 6 month experience. I right now have just started to do a volunteer project. I am looking on doing some certification in a on-demand area that will look good on my resume.I have my Masters in Computer Applications.
Can some one give me the name of any good certification to do?
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IBM's XML Cert
 
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I would suggest saving your money and use your time building experience. Get involved with an open source project or start one yourself. Certifications just don't mean that much to employers anymore, so "getting a job" just doesn't seem to be a good reason to spend time or money on a certification. There are still valid reasons for certification, but I just don't think impressing employers is one of them.
 
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