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salesforce job experience with OCJP certification

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I have been working with a company as java developer for last 1.6 years. I have hands on product development experience in Core java(mostly), JSP/Servlet. Also I have basic knowledge of Spring and Hibernate. But they are putting me in salesforce related project. When I switch company I want to work in java related project. So if I work on salesforce say for next 1 year and then switch with OCJP certification will it help me getting good job?
Any suggestion would mean a lot to me. I am confused. Thank you in advance.
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I've moved this to Jobs Discussion. Not sure what you mean by "good job." But keep coding in your free time. You don't want to show you haven't coded in a year when you apply for another job. Do a project for fun. Put it on github. Etc.
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