Originally posted by Ankur Sharma:
even i wanted to know about openings in canada.
these sites which you mention serve no puropse at all.
one must get the openings directly then only one can apply
Originally posted by Ayub ali khan:
My only parameter is a good job on Java/J2EE. What is the way to get a work permit for canada directly without any consultant intervention. Whats the procedure for US ?
Thanks and Best Regards
Originally posted by Michael Van:
Hmm.. You know, I had this one super-sexy looking tech interview (girl), and I failed to answer any questions at all. In the end, she asked me "Do you have any questions for me?" So, I asked her out. She said no. Funny, I didn't get an offer letter, but I figured I wasn't gonna get one anyway, so what the heck! You only live once!
Originally posted by reubin haz:
When I get some emails from recruiter, they ask me what is my current salary. What do you guys think would be good answers?
Don't answer it? Tell them the real amount you make? Tell them its my confidential? Or what else do you guys think would be good?
[ December 05, 2006: Message edited by: reubin haz ]
Originally posted by Srini Vikram:
I am currently working in the U.S and i want to come back to India as early as possbile ,within the next two months if possible. I have around 3 and half years experience in I.T(programming) in the U.S. Can anyone let me know whether it is possible to have a job offer in India from the U.S? I would like to have a job offer in India before coming there. I dont have that many contacts in India.I would really appreciate it if someone can help me in this regard.
Originally posted by RaviKumar Ramachandran:
Good brand name, pay and onsite..actually regarding work we cannot say anything because what if the work there,even though it is interesting, is much worse than your present one?
will you again shift back to your previous employer..?