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How is the Java / J2EE market in Australia for an Indian with 8.5+years experience, currently ?

Jose Tharail
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Joined: Aug 15, 2012
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Hi All,

How is the Java / J2EE market in Australia for an Indian with 8.5+years experience, currently ?

I am currently working in Bangalore and have 8.5+ years of solid Java / J2EE experience.

I am planning to apply for a Australian PR visa and move to Australia looking for a job there

Before making the decision, I need more information whether its really worth the risk.
han
P.S : I know this question has been asked many times but its pretty long back, I need to know the current situation 2012 - 2013

Thanks,

JT

 
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