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Hi all,
I have almost two years of experience in Java, J2EE, Struts, XML. I am looking for a switch from my current company. Please suggest a good option for me.

Thanks and Regards,
Venkatesh
 
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Where are you working currently, (small sized, middle or Big organisation)?
 
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Good option depends on your personal preferences like you want more money, domain, location etc., So we may not able to suggest until unless we know your personal preferences.
 
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Hi,

I work for a big organization. The reasons i want to shift is that there is a big queue for any kinda onsite opportunities here and moreover my salary is gonna increase a great deal eventhough i am ready to wait. I am looking out for a better pay also a place where onsite opportunities are more than a handful.

Kindly give me your suggestions.

Thanks and Regards,
Venkatesh
 
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sorry a correction to my reply,

The salary is NOT gonna increase a great deal(THATS THE CORRECTION)
 
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Hi,

I think with your skill sets you can get good oppertunities from many places. First try to get a interview calls from other companies. I think later you can decide about other options like more salary and onsite.

Regards
Venkatesh S
 
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