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Need Advice for Salary Expectation??

Alex Nemo
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Joined: Feb 11, 2007
Posts: 21
I have 2 years experience and my current pay is 3.2 LPA. I am working in J2ee p/f..I am working in an MNC in Chennai,India

worked in Struts,Spring,Hibernate. Good Knowledge in Core Java Servlets & Jsps,..

I had completed the following Certifications

SCJP 95%
SCWCD 91%


How much Salary can I expect?? I wanted to join in a good Company..i.e.,
Also How much Oracle offer for 2 years Experience??

I am Expecting around 5 LPA.. Is it reasonable??
[ June 20, 2007: Message edited by: Rav Kumar ]

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NDP Prasad
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Joined: Apr 13, 2006
Posts: 177
Yes, IT is very much reasonable.


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arulk pillai
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If you can get multiple Job Offers you can always negotiate your salary rather than settling with what you are offered. Unless you ask for it you do not get it.


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Alex Nemo
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Joined: Feb 11, 2007
Posts: 21
Thanks for you're replies..
Jignesh Patel
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Joined: Nov 03, 2001
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If you can get multiple Job Offers you can always negotiate your salary rather than settling with what you are offered. Unless you ask for it you do not get it.



I don't agree with multiple offers, it confuse to you more rather then confusing HR. You define your worth, and then after selection you can negotiate on that.

Keep in mind, you will be never happy, whatever salary you are receiving, if you don't like the work. So first get the role and then negotiate for salary.
 
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