If you are a techie is definately easier to get an IT job than if you are an IT manager. My friend who emigrated in Sept is on $70K and could have had many jobs. Manager jobs seem to be around $90K if you have say 10 years experience. Change management, service desk management and project management are the areas where managers seem to have the most opportunities. I don't really fall into service/project and depite 19 years IT experience and fantastic refs have only had one interview...and they didn't even bother informing me of the outcome - shoddy to say the least...and you should have seen the stuff about their fantastic values and behaviours ...I don't think ! I'm living in hope the New Year will bring some more opportunities.
Thank you for your response! I was waiting for it, What i I do .net certification before coming, I am not into management, can do work in software development, but I have teaching experience at undergraduate level + programming expereince in total I have 6 years experience.
Originally Posted by Ledges
I am also giving SQL exam and PL/SQL exam to get Oracle certified Associate certificate. I hope it will be useful to me
please let me know what can be done further to improve job chances