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Hi guys,
I have 2 years of s/w developement experience in java + C#. I worked in India.
I got married & moved to US on dependent visa before 1 year. We are now going back to India.
I have done SCJP 6 & SCWCD 5 during this time & willing to complete SCBCD & mysql certifications in next 3 months.
I want to know hows the job market in india. How much the gap of 1.5 year would affect me. Please let me know your views.
Thanks in advance,

Amruta.
 
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Anybody?? helloooooooo
 
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In India ,Big MNC have started to hire people having experience greater than 2-3 years.But for freshers it is still difficult to get job.The whole scenario has been slightly improved compare to previous year .
 
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