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Hi all
I am currently studying final year B.E(Information Science) equivalent to B.S and i have got a job , but not satisfied with it...

I need to know which certification should i choose so that i can get into a high paying job
-IBM SOA
-TOGAF
-J2EE

Or if i left any better certification in the list even guide me over that
NOTE : I don't have any experience

And 1 more doubt , if i have just certification can i get job without experience ?




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[ August 19, 2008: Message edited by: rajeev shetty ]
 
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"raj k n", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.
 
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It is very possible to get a job without experience as long as you have a will and required knowledge for the job. When I got my first job as a Java Developer, I never had any experience of it, but I possessed the required knowledge for junior developer role. I didn't even have any certification at that time.
 
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Certification is handy for beginners but does not mean that you can get a highly paid job. There are lots of other factors involved like your soft skills, marketing skills, personal traits, etc.
[ August 19, 2008: Message edited by: arulk pillai ]
 
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