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sraban kumar subudhi
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Joined: Apr 17, 2009
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hi guyz, i have an experiance of 5y in java/j2ee, but never get a chance for onsite. I m looking for onsite. so any one can suggest, which all the paths there, where i can fulfill my dreams.
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

Be careful about spelling; even the slightest error in an application form will lose you the job.
sraban kumar subudhi
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Joined: Apr 17, 2009
Posts: 2
thanks for the advice,
but i did not understand your point, "application form will lose your job" what type of application form you are talking about.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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When you apply for a job, there is sometimes an application form.


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Sai Surya
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sraban kumar subudhi wrote:thanks for the advice,
but i did not understand your point, "application form will lose your job" what type of application form you are talking about.


Hi Sraban,

Jeanne Boyarsky is referring to your spelling mistake in the headline of this post 'onsite opertunity'. The opportunity is mis-spelled.

Regarding your original question, onsite opportunity is depends on project and skill set. The following are the situations one can get onsite opportunity.

1. You have rare skill set and no other team member has the skill. So you will get a chance.
2. Employees working since long term may get a chance to travel. Usually top performers in the team gets a chance.
3. If you have domain knowlege required by the client they you may get a chance to travel.
5. If the company you work for has overseas branches, you may get a chance to travel.
6. Most important, services companies have more and more onsite chances though short term.

Good luck!

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