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what does level # means when talking about required experience or company level?

 
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Hi
Thank you for reading my post
I saw several job posting which had somethig like:
Level 5 database support
level 2 IT company
level 4 experience in J2ee.

What does these level means and how do they measure them?

thanks
 
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Hi raminaa niilian,

This is just a guess.. but it seems as if the site has some kind of scale which is used to judge the required skill level. For instance, on a 1-5 scale the value 1 might mean "low skill level" and 5 "high skill level".

Does that makes sence?

The scales are often subjective which means you have to judge yourself.

/Svend Rost
 
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