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I see no jobs for 0-1 year experienced Java Developer in Bengaluru , why there few openings for us ??
 
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There's a few reasons:
Hiring entry level employees is expensive because you have to train them
Many companies hire entry level employees through university recruiting rather than directly through job openings
Many companies hire entry level employees through internship programs rather than directly through job openings
Many companies hire entry level employees seasonally based on when university ends

Have you tried looking for part time work or an internship to gain some more experience/gain connections etc?
 
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It's 2 months from now , i haven't got a single call , applied to all company website,and to consultant like naukri etc.

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
Have you tried looking for part time work or an internship to gain some more experience/gain connections etc?


Is there any job please inform me , i haven't tried any part time job or internship till now, if there is any please inform. I have been working on Struts 2,Spring-core and JPA.
 
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No idea. I don't live in India. Not that I know of an entry level job where I live either. Just trying to offer some other suggestions on how to look.
 
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I really need a job to build up my skills, if there are any part time jobs please try to inform me.

thank you
 
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Arun Giridharan wrote:I really need a job to build up my skills, if there are any part time jobs please try to inform me.

thank you



Perhaps you should post a request, along with your resume and other details, to the Job wanted forum. This forum is for discussion only.

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Getting the first job is always the hardest. Try to get a foot in the door even if it is on a voluntary basis (2-3 days a week).


Try to get some experience on your CV --> http://java-success.blogspot.com/2010/12/handy-tips-to-get-some-work-experience.html
 
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