I know core java, advance java and javascript. Where should I start my job search?

ginni

I've done Bsc(it) from ptu university and BSC(it) from distance. I have knowledge about core java, advanced java, javascript. What kind of jobs should I look into with these skills?

 

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ncharles
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www.Dice.com is probably the best site to use to find programming work. but if you're recently graduated, you should probably build up your experience from a local job that you could find on craigslist.org.

ITworld staff
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ginni,

 

Can you provide detail about your work history and how much experience you have with the skills you list?

jimlynch
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Hi ginni,

See this monster.com java job search. It's probably a good place to get started to see what's out there and where these jobs are located:

http://www.itworld.com/answers/topic/software/question/can-i-get-job-sof...

Richard Osborne
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if you have deep knowledge in core java, advanced java & java script then go for software field. You get bright future on it.

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