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Approaching Job Search

 
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Friends:

I am a J2EE Techie having about 7 years development experience working in India.I am looking for a change and I would like to pursue my job search very professionally and I want to get placed in a good job matching my skills and career goals.I am also looking for getting what I am worth.
How to approach the job search.Its been more than 4 years since I have attended interviews.Please help me with the needed information with relevance to current scenario.

Thanks,
Sreeram.
 
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Any pointers on this query please?
 
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You can register in job sites like www.monsterindia.com, www.naukri.com and can search jobs according to your requirements. You can post your resume but you may get lot of calls and mails. From those sites you can find hr ids, consultant ids and you can mail your resume directly to them.
 
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