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What's job opportunity in abroad for the junior Java11 certified programmers?

 
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Hi

I am planning to pass Java11 exam and get oracle certificate for getting job in abroad. But I have less working experience as java developer so I have worry about my eligibility for this kind of job. What do you think, can I find a job in abroad once I get Java11 certificate?

Thanks in advance!
 
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It depends. Some employers don't care about certifications.
Some are more interested in what you can actually do or what you have done.
Just because you are certified, it doesn't mean that you are already good,
but it gives the Employer an idea that you know something.

If the interview is technical, you may be able to answer them.
If there are other questions related to design, soft skills, or actual experience,
that's another thing.
However, just be positive. You'll land a job eventually! Good luck!
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Ir depends where you come from, because different countries have different imigration policies.
 
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