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Possibility of Getting a Job in Canada

 
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Hi

I have a BSc (Eng) Hons - First Class in Computer Science and Engineering. SCJP (93%), SCWCD (in Progress), CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants - UK) finalist

I have 2 years experience working on J2EE projects (US clients)

Main Skill Set : Java , J2EE, Web Services, SOAP

I am hoping to migrate to Canada.

What are the possibilities of getting a job over there? Any Ideas??

Thanks
 
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Why are you doing a CIMA? From an employers point of view, its an eye opener and abit odd.
[ April 05, 2005: Message edited by: Kashif Riaz ]
 
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Well, I did it in order to get multi qualified in different disciplines

However, up to now it has been not much of use

I am hoping to move on to the Management track after some time in my career ,, may be 5 yrs in time

anyway,, for the abt next 3-4 yrs , i want to concentrate on the technical track
 
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