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hi , I am a fresher hoping to be a Java developer, and it's been 9 months now trying to find a job. Is that normal or what and what can I do while staying at home or should I look for the meantime for another job?
Tell me what you all think I should do.
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I think you may have posted in the wrong forum -- this is the meaningless drivel forum.

Anyway, I'll move this topic to the Job Discussion forum for you.

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-- Look at ways to improve your employment prospects by learning and gaining some hands-on experience in the sought-after technologies and frameworks --> https://coderanch.com/t/421990/Jobs/careers/Handy-tips-some-work-experience

-- Continue to apply for jobs both paid and unpaid. --> https://coderanch.com/t/33396/Jobs/careers/handy-job-hunting-tips-tough

-- As you gain more knowledge and experience add that to your resume.

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