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I am a Java developer with 5 years of experience.
Whats the market for Java in UK?
What kind of saving I can expect in UK? Would it be more than US?
I am 26 & single.

Procedure for HSMP looks very simple compared to lottery system for H1.So it looks attractive. Considering the falling dollar rate, is it advisable to go for uk over US?
 
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Hi Sachin,

see the following post for the answer to your queries ,,,

https://coderanch.com/t/32555/Jobs/careers/Whether-go-US-or-UK

about the falling dollar rates,,
just saw in today london news papers that since Bank of England is cutting interest rates,, the dollar will rise against the pound ,, and within the next 15 months it will be around 1.76 dollars per pound. Last October it was 2.1 dollars per pound.
anyway, this is not a big issue,, and what i can say is that the UK job market is good, and better rewards in the finance and insurance domains.
 
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