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Need info about current US job market for Java/J2EE

 
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Hi,

I am having 4 years of experience in Java/J2EE.
I have cleared SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD and IBM test 255 certifications.
I don't know how these certifications count in Job market.
I wanted to know about interview information takes place in US for Java/J2EE position.
Please let me know if anybody having info like interviews based on which ground etc.

Please help me.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Your question is too broad.

I can't imagine that would even work in India.

Is there a specific region, domain, or industry you are looking for?

Even if you were to say you're looking for a job in Dallas, TX I really couldn't tell you what kind of interview questions to expect because it would vary far too much by company. I think preparing for specific questions is a road to disaster anyway.
 
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pallavi,

Yes, in US job market your certificates counts a lot for getting interviews. For getting selected is depend on your technical abilities.

I can tell you your CV has everything to market you, in good companies by your consulting firm.

Go Ahead.
 
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