Your career concerns addressed

Biswas, Dr. Bhashker
February 2000
Siliconindia;Feb2000, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p74
Advises East Indian professionals on career development in the United States. Job postings on Internet Web sites; Job opportunities for information technology professionals; Fastest ways to get entry level jobs in information technology.


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