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Best state in USA for a java developer

 
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I'd like to hear from you guys the best state in USA to go to work with Java, I mean where there are more opportunities for a java developer. I'm going to study but I haven't decided where to go and as I work with java I'd like to go to a place where a can return in the future to look for a opportunitie... Thanks.
 
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Go to your favorite job search site, type in "Java" and select and state and that should give you a rough idea of how many jobs are available.

I don't recommend looking by state, however, and metro NYC also includes NJ and CT and should not include upstate NY. Likewise the Bay Area (SF) is a different market from, but same state as LA.

I know there are a good number of jobs in both Boston and NYC for competant Java developers.

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I personally favor 'employed' as the best state.
 
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Originally posted by Don Stadler:
I personally favor 'employed' as the best state.





NY area has lot of jobs. There are lot of jobs near Boston too, but most of them far from city and you feel like working in the middle of nowhere.
But it is cheaper to live near Boston and salaries for beginners are higher than NY.
Do you not care for what school you will go to?
I would look for better school in your place
 
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Australia has a company www.hays.com.au
That does a Salary Survey every year.
It lists different job types and there average pay in each city.

Is there anything list that for the states?
 
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Tks everyone for the replies.
 
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Originally posted by Kris Reid:
Australia has a company www.hays.com.au
That does a Salary Survey every year.
It lists different job types and there average pay in each city.

Is there anything list that for the states?



www.salary.com
 
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Theres no such thing as a place where there lots of java jobs . All the metros have jobs . And being employed is the best .
 
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LA is pretty good but the salaries are low compared to the super high cost of living. I've heard Atlanta is quite good because the cost of living is about 30% cheaper than LA but the salaries are only about 10% lower.
 
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