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Australia S/w Market

 
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Hi,

Does anyone know how is Australia Software market now a days?

People in Australia can tell in detail.

Thanks,
Deeps
 
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Without knowing anything about the technologies or locations you want it is not possible to provide detail. I'd say "good".
 
Deeps Bhagat
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Hi David,

Thanks for ur reply.

I'm BE + MTech (Information Technology) from RMIT University from Melbourne. I hold Australia PR. But since then I'm working in India. PR is still valid for next 3 yrs. I hold 2.5 yrs exp in C, C++, VC++ and 1 yr in non-IT as Technical Cust Support. Now a days planning to go back Australia if s/w market is good there. I'm open to go in any city like Melbourne, sydney, Brisbane, Perth etc. Now what u say chances getting job thr in current situation?

Thanks again.
Deeps
[ May 05, 2006: Message edited by: Deeps Bhagat ]
 
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Why didnt u work there after graduating from university.?? I feel that thats usually the best way. I think the s/w industry has always been good there but what seems to be tougher is immigration, ther very picky I think.
 
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