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consultancies assit in finding a Job

 
jacob deiter
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I am a Java JEE guy, try to find a Job in Canada/USA.I have registered my CV in some Job Portal, But I did not get a response from any employers ,even if I get a details about a job opening ,it is for current Visa holders, presently I have no Visa, so I can’t apply for those Jobs.
My friends suggest me to find consultancy that provide support in finding a job such as forwarding my CV to employer, arranging interviews and processing Visa.
So I want to find some genuine consultancies that suited to my requirement
 
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As we don't allow discussion of specific companies here, this post isn't likely to help you in that endeavor.

I've seen a mix of posts recently from you:
1) Want a job in India
2) Want a job in the US/Canada
3) Want a job in a country that pays well

It might be worth narrowing down what you actually want. And are able to get.
 
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Talking about it what is the salary of a Java Jr. in the USA please?

In Brazil it is more or less $1.500...

bye,
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
I've seen a mix of posts recently from you:


The topic that I thought was confusing was.... where Jacob mentioned that he turned down a job offer because it only offered a 50% raise, and he wanted a 100% raise. And now, he wants to work in another country without a visa?

Giving up an offer, with a 50% raise, in order to start looking to work in another country, is a bit much. May I ask what is so special about working in another country?

Henry
 
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Henry Wong wrote:
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
I've seen a mix of posts recently from you:


The topic that I thought was confusing was.... where Jacob mentioned that he turned down a job offer because it only offered a 50% raise, and he wanted a 100% raise. And now, he wants to work in another country without a visa?

Giving up an offer, with a 50% raise, in order to start looking to work in another country, is a bit much. May I ask what is so special about working in another country?

Henry


The OP's(original poster) another thread ( List of countries in this forum of his efforts to work offshore... or in other words in another country.
 
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