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Hello people,

I was going through this form and got a lot of advise.

Ii have experience in banking and IT (3 years).

Do you think I can land a job in New York or NJ area?

Does anyone know hows the job market there?

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Banking and It are big areas. What sort of experience do you have in those areas?

For example if you are an experienced bank teller, and willing to work the odd hours, around here it is quite easy to get a job. IT- support, sales, programming, networks...?


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that`s what i think about and thank you so much for your help

Surely you will get a job if you have enough experience in IT sector. Try to apply in job portals hopefully you will get the job soon. All the best!!!

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I'm in IT and got a job soon after getting here(California), and starting a new and better one in a couple of weeks. Try these sites:

dice.com

indeed.com

monster.com

Good luck!



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I'm in IT and got a job soon after getting here(California), and starting a new and better one in a couple of weeks. Try these sites:

dice.com

indeed.com

monster.com

Good luck!

Thanks for your help. Did you got your job as a fresher or you have enough experience in job?

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