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Confused with offers for two great companies, need help

 
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Hi Everyone,

First of all details about myself:
Skill set: Java/J2EE
Experience: 3+ years
Current Job location: Gurgaon
Residence: New Delhi
Relocation: Yes

Now the problem, I am really excited and very confused between offers from two major companies.

Company´┐Żs details are below (as per NEW POSTING GUIDELINES!):
a.First company is into investment banking and job location will be Mumbai
b.Second company is a computer services company. Job location will be Pune.

I need to know which one is going to be the best option for me in long run.

I will really appreciate any of your suggestion.

Thanks and regards,

Bawa Sahni

[Andrew: modified to meet posting guidelines]
[ July 10, 2007: Message edited by: Andrew Monkhouse ]
 
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Bawa,

Welcome to JavaRanch.

As much as possible, we try to avoid specific rules here, since as soon as somebody makes a rule explicit, somebody else tries to find a way to break the rule while still remaining within the precise wording used.

Unfortunately your posting was not in the spirit of the posting guidelines for this forum. We do not want companies identified, and your posting allowed for people to identify the companies.

I have therefore removed the parts of your post that would identify the companies, while still leaving the more relevant information (the industries they cater to / their general locations).

Regards, Andrew
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