Getting a job is so difficult????

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by Guest, Apr 1, 2004.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Which place are you in?
    >-----Original Message-----
    >Sorry for your Situation..But I believe in constant
    >trying..So, Keep trying.. It's just goin' to be a matter
    >a "TIME".. But one thing.. Doesn't the hands on that you
    >got during your preparation for MCAD and the
    >programs/project and problem solving that you did during
    >your preparation count as EXPERIENCE for these companies.
    >
    >
    >I'm also in the same boat as you.. In the sense, no work
    >experience in US, Preparing for my MCAD. I haven't joined
    >any college.. Doin' on my own using the Exam guides.. I
    >don't know how long it is goin' to take for me to reach

    my
    >goal of getting my MCAD. You have mentioned that you did
    >it from a college. Do you mind sharing your college
    >details with me and the duration it took for you to
    >complete.. That would be of great help to me, Cause Often
    >times I'm struck with somany doubts while reading on my
    >own.
    >
    >Thanks in advance and All the very best
    >NC
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>Hey all,
    >>
    >>Now I am in a frustrated mood. The reason, read on :
    >>Me and my Friend, who have no working experience here in
    >>US, have joined in a college and got our MCAD.
    >>We started searching for jobs, entry-level, ofcourse.
    >>After doing a mega search, I found out that even entry-
    >>level positions ask for atleast 1 year experience

    in .NET.
    >>Frustrated, my friend took the advice of another friend
    >>and prepared a fake resume showing up 3.5 years of
    >>experience in .NET and surprisignly, got a job!!!!!!!!!!
    >>I would never like do that, coz I do not want to psoe
    >>myself as a fake experienced person and land up in
    >>troubles. When I say this, my friend says, it works like
    >>this in US and everyone does that. I am dead against to
    >>that. I would be happy to join a low-paid job and work
    >>with pride rather than faking.
    >>The same company which rejected me for not having
    >>experience, gave my friend, who is in the same boat as
    >>myself, a job!!! Isn't this ridiculous?????
    >>I am surprised.
    >>
    >>.
    >>

    >.
    >
    Guest, Apr 1, 2004
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  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    North carolins,US
    >-----Original Message-----
    >Which place are you in?
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>Sorry for your Situation..But I believe in constant
    >>trying..So, Keep trying.. It's just goin' to be a matter
    >>a "TIME".. But one thing.. Doesn't the hands on that you
    >>got during your preparation for MCAD and the
    >>programs/project and problem solving that you did during
    >>your preparation count as EXPERIENCE for these companies.
    >>
    >>
    >>I'm also in the same boat as you.. In the sense, no work
    >>experience in US, Preparing for my MCAD. I haven't

    joined
    >>any college.. Doin' on my own using the Exam guides.. I
    >>don't know how long it is goin' to take for me to reach

    >my
    >>goal of getting my MCAD. You have mentioned that you did
    >>it from a college. Do you mind sharing your college
    >>details with me and the duration it took for you to
    >>complete.. That would be of great help to me, Cause

    Often
    >>times I'm struck with somany doubts while reading on my
    >>own.
    >>
    >>Thanks in advance and All the very best
    >>NC
    >>>-----Original Message-----
    >>>Hey all,
    >>>
    >>>Now I am in a frustrated mood. The reason, read on :
    >>>Me and my Friend, who have no working experience here

    in
    >>>US, have joined in a college and got our MCAD.
    >>>We started searching for jobs, entry-level, ofcourse.
    >>>After doing a mega search, I found out that even entry-
    >>>level positions ask for atleast 1 year experience

    >in .NET.
    >>>Frustrated, my friend took the advice of another friend
    >>>and prepared a fake resume showing up 3.5 years of
    >>>experience in .NET and surprisignly, got a job!!!!!!!!!!
    >>>I would never like do that, coz I do not want to psoe
    >>>myself as a fake experienced person and land up in
    >>>troubles. When I say this, my friend says, it works

    like
    >>>this in US and everyone does that. I am dead against to
    >>>that. I would be happy to join a low-paid job and work
    >>>with pride rather than faking.
    >>>The same company which rejected me for not having
    >>>experience, gave my friend, who is in the same boat as
    >>>myself, a job!!! Isn't this ridiculous?????
    >>>I am surprised.
    >>>
    >>>.
    >>>

    >>.
    >>

    >.
    >
    Guest, Apr 2, 2004
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  3. Guest

    Eric Guest

    <> wrote:

    > North carolins,US


    Are you near the Research Triangle? I think that's a good place to look
    for a job?
    Eric, Apr 2, 2004
    #3
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