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How to find Job????

 
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Dear Friends
From last 15 days i am finding job in java.I studied java from the last 3 month and the cleared the concept of servlets and also the concept of jsp.I also read the notes for Ejb provide by the developers work of IBM site..Now my way of approaching the job :-
1. Find the company that work in java.
2. Ring there and get the email ID to post mine resume..
3. Get the status of mine resume...
but Same answer "whenever we have requirement we will call you sir"...
This was really frustating..
Could anyone suggest me to hunt the job in better way...
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could any one guide me how to do practice of servlet,jsp and Ejb
 
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Manash-
If you read previous posts from this forum, 15 days is nothing in comparison to months of searching. Don't give up so soon
If you want to do some practice in jsp, servlets, ejb (so you can show to your future employer), join an open source project.
good luck
 
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I suggest you reply to job ads instead of just sending resumes to companies which may or may not have a requirement. Local newspapers and jobsites such as Naukri.com should help if you are in India.
All the best!
- Manish
 
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