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Hello All,

I want to know how the J2EE Developer market in Australia? Is it easy to get a Developer position in Australia? I have 2 years experience as J2EE Developer and got SCJP 1.4 with a good mark. Is there any chance for me to get a job there?
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Things appear quite strong at the moment. I base this on the fact that companies usually quieten down over the christmas period and none that I know of appear to be resting over the break. Not a very conclusive test, but as a snap-shot it works for me.
 
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Market is very good for Java/J2EE developers specially in Sydney. It becomes quiet during xmas but will pick up again in Jan. A friend of mine visited Syndey for a week from overseas and managed to get 3 interviews within couple of days.
 
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Originally posted by Saliya Jinadasa:
Market is very good for Java/J2EE developers specially in Sydney. It becomes quiet during xmas but will pick up again in Jan. A friend of mine visited Syndey for a week from overseas and managed to get 3 interviews within couple of days.



Hi Saliya,

Thanks for your information. But, can you tell me what are your friend's qualifications? How about the salary range there?
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Hi Saliya,

Thanks for your information. But, can you tell me what are your friend's qualifications? How about the salary range there?
Thanks.

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My frined has got more than 7 years of experience of which 3 years in Java/J2EE. For someone with 4-5 years of Java/J2EE can get somewhere around AUS $75K or above. You can check salaries at www.careeone.com.au
 
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Saliya,

Thank you for your information. One more question , did your friend have Australia Permanent Residence? Because I already check www.careerone.com.au, most of the job vacancy listed there require Australia Residence?
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Can anybody tell me list of companies in sydney working on j2ee?
 
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