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Hello all,

Can you please share your valuable opinion about my career.

I am 2002 B-Tech graduate(from a Non IT branch) with high grade.
After my graduation I worked as a engineer in my field(elec) about 2 year.
After that i could not worked any where around 6 year.
Now i am looking for a software opening.I already did some software courses in oracle.
Now is it possible to get a software openings.Is there is any age limit for a fresher opening as i hadn't any previous experience in software field.

Expectig your valuabe suggestions. Its very helpful for me.

Thank you
 
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In my opinion since you are B.Tech, you can make very good career in software.
 
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Clearly state in your resume (Objective section) that you are looking for an entry level position.
 
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