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Hi Folks

Currently i am not working as Java Proffesional and I am not getting job due to lack of Experience.

I am having knowledge of J2SE 5 version. Please Guide what will be the right path for growing in Java profession.

Please help me. Thanks in advance

 
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Do you think the answer has changed since last week or the week before?
There is no get-to-be-a-professional-quick scheme, no secret knock to let you into the club. If you want to be a programmer, write code. It's up to you to find a project.
 
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I'd say another good path is to get involved with a local Java Users Group. Also, some cities are harder to find development jobs - big cities seem to have more jobs (and a larger candidate pool) ... but more movement always helps when you have less experience.

Work in a big city for a year or two, then you'll be able to move back home and be the guy with experience.
 
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Closing duplicate question.
See links in Joe Ess's post.
 
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