I got a J2EE job in Toronto!!

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Member since: Mar 04
Posts: 142
Location: Dubai

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-09-04 06:14:10


Congrats on getting the job......

What I have seen is... when people get job they praise Canada.......those who dont get curse this place.....

The 10 point "TIPS" that you had given might be good, but that stands valid only because you were successful.............

If you had not got that Job offer......you wouldn't have believed in those points..........

In fact 90% of the people know ingredients required for success.........but only those who are destined will succeed in Canada.


Orginally posted by zahid2004

I got my sap bw job in Mississauga just two months ago.
I'll like to share with you.
Before interview, lots of thing I need do it.
First, I need understand sap bw datawarehouse very will.
Then, it's very important prepareing interview as,

1.Practice Makes Perfect
2.Do Homework very well
3.Seal the Deal With Strong References
4.Surviving the Phone Screen
5.Prepare Beforehand

6.Don't Talk too Much when interview
7.Words Don't Always Tell The Full Story!
8.Never Turn Down an Interview!
9.Introduce yourself
10.The Interview is a Sales Process

U win some...lose some...everything is not justified in this world.

Garvo Gujarati   
Member since: Nov 01
Posts: 3111

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-09-04 08:29:45

Congratulations to all who got job recently!!

And congratulations to CanadianDesi for having POSITIVE posts!!

A Proud Indian Canadian

Member since: Jul 04
Posts: 22
Location: Mississauga

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 08-09-04 16:41:38

Orginally posted by jughead

Maybe it would make a difference if I'm physically present in Canada, as against applying from US? I have several years of experience and also hold a few certifications including J2EE webcomponent developer and an MCSD.

Hey jughead,

I think you will certainly benefit in being here physically. If you can schedule an appointment to meet with recruiters and develop personal rapport that would be wonderful. The job market in my opinion is such that there are plenty of talented techies available locally to look for people elsewhere.

As regards to scant responses thats exactly how it was for me as well until the lucky break. I applied for ~30 postings and got response for about 3. So there you go.

Good Luck!

Member since: Jun 04
Posts: 285

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 08-09-04 17:48:02

Orginally posted by deepcb
In fact 90% of the people know ingredients required for success.........but only those who are destined will succeed in Canada.

"khudi ko kar buland itna.. ke har taqdeer se pehle, khuda bande se khud pooche... bata teri raza kiya hai..."

- sir syed iqbal.. one of the greatest poets who ever lived and a real smart cookie...

"success is 20% effort... 20% luck... and 60% positive attitude..."

- bighead, one handsome devil of a guy who is (unfortunately for all you single women out there) happily married...


Member since: Jun 04
Posts: 186
Location: Burnaby, BC

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 08-09-04 22:41:51

Thanks a lot, Raghu. You're right, I should meet some people in person. I've been applying from US. So far only 3 people have responded to my applications from the past couple of months. Even with these 3, I wasn't able to take it to the next level. I still haven't had any interviews.

Guess we will have to keep trying, eh? Will keep you posted on my experiences.

Thanks once again!

Member since: Apr 04
Posts: 112

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-09-04 11:47:21

Congrates all of you on getting jobs in IT development...I am a java developer and in US applied for Canada PR. Can somebody give an idea on the salary you are getting as compared to getting in US? It will really help for comparision.

Member since: May 04
Posts: 299
Location: Toronto

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-09-04 12:08:07

I have seen that experienced IT people has got field job without much difficulties. Because no Canadian degree or experience required for that job. Now demand is also good in IT.


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