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What to do to get job in java

 
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Hello All,

I am 2011 passout candidate and I worked for around 18 months in a publishing company.
Now, I want to work in IT industry as a software developer.
Since, I have nill experience in core development work, I am thinking to join IT as a fresher.
I have been searching job from past 2 months, and I see all vacancies for 2012 passout only.
I do not know how to get into IT industry.
Do I need to take up some certification?
Which certification have more values (I am willing to work as a java developer, but depending upon market I can change my preference)?
Since, certification costs is too high for me, I am wondering if it adds any value to my career.

What should I do?

 
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