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Java & Japanese language

Rohit San
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Joined: Nov 26, 2001
Posts: 3
posted November 26, 2001 02:32 AM
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Hi! friends,
Recently i passed SCJP exam. Hv got good experience working with servlets & JSP. Am also learning Japanese language. To tell u frnakly, i have got knack of picking languages. I decided to pursue japanese language as I have been associated with Japanese company in the past working there for 3+ years. But that time I was in selling & marketing of industrial goods. Now I am in IT Profession. Am looking for a job which could utilise my japanese skills as well. Please suggest.
John Lee
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Joined: Aug 05, 2001
Posts: 2545
Originally posted by Rohit 2k:
posted November 26, 2001 02:32 AM

Yeah, since this is a job discussion forum, so someone may pay you starting from $6.75/hr to teach him jiaponise?
Don
Mark Herschberg
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