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I am about to complete my graduation (B.Tech(CS)) .I have passed my OCJP6 exam with 93%. After OCJP i started preparing for Oracle certified SQL expert exam 1z0-047.
My question is whether i should search a job in java or get this 1z0-047 certificate to add more.If i try to get 1z0-047 it will take round about 2 months.
I am thinking that , if i get sql expert certificate , i will get a good job.

Some seniors have told me that , there are lots of job opportunities for entry level java freshers in Bangalore (India) .How true is it ?


 
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I don't see why those are mutually exclusive. If you can get a job now, great. If not, you can study as you job hunt.
 
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Don't pile up on your certifications. Try to add more experience through paid and unpaid jobs. The unpaid jobs can be voluntary work, open-source contribution, self-taught projects, etc.
 
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