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Hi Ranchers,

I would like to know about the IT field in Malayasia. my husband has got job in kulalumpur, so we are in a position to move. Could anyone give some idea on how to get into a job?. I have passed SCJP and only 4 months experience.

please help me...

Thanks in advance
Preetha
 
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Not sure about market conditions in KL however, specific technical skills matters to get a job there. If you are into J2EE and not just with Java expertise you may get few opportunities. You may get very little pay considering your experience which is not even an year. Employers in Malaysia and Singapore mostly prefer people who can attend interviews personnally, so keep trying individually as well as thourgh job consultants.
 
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I have read that self taught projects would help a bit to overcome experience problem . is there any website for such things? because i was trying to google them but couldnt find a one. is it possible to work as volunteer in KL? i want to gain some knowledge on open source projects. could you tell me the possibility for this?

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Preetha Arun wrote:
I have read that self taught projects would help a bit to overcome experience problem . is there any website for such things? because i was trying to google them but couldnt find a one. is it possible to work as volunteer in KL? i want to gain some knowledge on open source projects. could you tell me the possibility for this?

Thanks
Preetha



As a first try, register your cv in job sites with preferred location as KL. Try to approach job consultants in KL. To contribute to open source, go to the respective sites like http://apache.org and join as a developer to add features or fix issues etc. I guess if you are ok with non IT job in KL you may get one, so getting non IT job and changing to IT job later also a good idea!

All the best.
 
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