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SOA/Java developer position in Canada or any EU countries.

 
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Hi
I am living in India and have 3+ years of experience. I am currently looking for SOA/Java developer position in Canada or any EU countries. I am willing to relocate to any of these countries. Currently I don't hold any work permit or visa.

Please let me know my chances to get a job offer in one of these countries. I would like to get input from people living in one of these countries or people who have successfully immigrated to these countries.

Any pointers to reliable job consultants or potential employers are most welcome.

thanks
Arjun.
 
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My advice remains the same I gave you last month.
 
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In the EU It is damn hard. Do you speak the language?? Even if you speak the language of any one of the EU member states (by speaking means....fluent like you speak your mother tongue) it is very hard. Rather than searching for it (you also have only 3+ years of experience which is way too less) I'd say better improve on your Java skills.
 
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It is better to wait till the market improves. This will be the best time for you to identify the technical and soft skills that you can improve on to make yourself more employable.
 
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