I'm a Burmese. I just got a bachelor degree from Thailand and I am a SCJP and CCNA. I started to work as a J2EE developer last two days. No experience. How much can I earn in U.S, if I apply from Thailand? And what if I can get SCWCD in next year. Ko Ko Naing SCJP2, CCNA
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It varies on many things, including where in the US you work. It can roughly range from $35,000 to $55,000. The bigger issue is that you're unlikely to get the H1-B visa given current market conditions. (I'm not saying don't try, just be warned that it's an uphill battle.) --Mark
hi: "How much can I earn as an asian in U.S?" depends on what do you do. you do not earn a dime just being a asia, the min salary i believe is ~$7 / hr. holding a h-1b assue a salary of no less than average in in your qualification, your field in that region.
in any case, you need to have work permit. of course, if you are a student, you can work on campus w/o permit, the wage varies. be really careful, i would take it very seriously.
If you are student. Right now even finding a job oncampus is difficult. So better stay where you are. Opportunities in asia are far better than US right now..I think with the current situation people are almost unemployed 2 or 3 years continuously. [ May 11, 2003: Message edited by: Rajaram Sharma ]
posted 16 years ago
well, i suppose you can work as a math tutor, or foreign language teacher.