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Job search in Pune

 
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Jobs in Pune.

I am leaving in US and would like to move to Pune. Has more than 12 years of experience in software
and would like to know from this forum what is the best way to find a job desired. When i left in late 1990's
placement consultants where offering good jobs. Is it the same today ? Or you have to apply using to the
companies based on there advertisement in newspaper.

Few years back i had tried posting my resume on a website and i had to remove it because of overwhelming
responses. As i would have a limited list of companies to target for, i will be more carefull this time for not
exposing the resume on websites. Neither i want to give my resume to consultant who wants to market
my resume to some startups who will be willing to hire me but not giving me the kinda job i want.

Priorities for me in order of importance are 1. Job Content 2. Perks (vacation, holidays) 3. Growth
opportunities 4. Salary + Bonus.

Kav
 
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hi,

here are your options..

1)newspapers
2)naukri.com + hide your resume + choose the job and apply for it.
3)go to company site and post your CV in the career section.
 
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Look for contacts and get referrals through them.
 
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Originally posted by kavita varun:
Jobs in Pune.

Few years back i had tried posting my resume on a website and i had to remove it because of overwhelming
responses.
Kav



First of all..congratulations for the decision!! Hope you enjoy evry instance at Home Country.

Well..as u pointed out .. posting resume on WebSite resulted in Overwhelming responses..they why not stick to the same strategy. Posting resume on web and making it visible is the most easiest way for companies to find you...Besides No Consultant/Company can force you to join them.

Once you have all opportunties posted at your Inbox..its easier for you to filter among them based on your priorities.

Hope that helps. Good luck with your Return to India and Happy Job hunting.

All the Best!
 
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