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  1. #1 Computer Science jobs Worldwide 
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    Hi, in which country it's easiest to find computer science job? I mean generally.

    For example, i heard it's pretty hard to get IT job in Australia, because there are a lot of IT people there.

    I'm thinking about moving out, and i don't really have any specific country in mind - i just want to move to somewhere where there is high demand for computer scientists.

    This might seem strange question, but for now - i'm just wondering - not going to move out immediatly.

    Is it U.S. maybe - or maybe, their CS market is already too competitive ?

    What are your opinions? I wasnt able to find any 'ranking' of this kind on the net


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    There will always be a demand for computer people. Do you have any certificates ex: A+, cisco cert, server cert? I am not 100% sure of this but I think I heard that cisco systems is building a new faculty in China or somewhere around there. But regardless if you have a well knowledge in the computer field you should not have a hard time finding a job anywhere in the world. Like I said there will always be a demand for IT people. Think about it we are getting more dependent on computers therefor more people using computer therefor more jobs.


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    Actually you are wrong. The IT market is VERY competative. If you don't have it already id reccommend getting your CCNA certificate.

    The A+ Cert is "okay" but that only "qualifies" you to work on helpdesks really. Such as the crappy"help" desks that us BT Broadband customers get put through to in India, that have about as much technical knowledge as a cabbage. They read off screens, are totally useless and half the time waste my time AND money because I cant understand their accents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leohopkins
    Actually you are wrong. The IT market is VERY competative. If you don't have it already id reccommend getting your CCNA certificate.

    The A+ Cert is "okay" but that only "qualifies" you to work on helpdesks really. Such as the crappy"help" desks that us BT Broadband customers get put through to in India, that have about as much technical knowledge as a cabbage. They read off screens, are totally useless and half the time waste my time AND money because I cant understand their accents.
    I did say other certifications... Ya thats so true about unable to understand their accents. I Phoned up Norton because my sister got this virus on her computer and when the woman on the phone kept on saying V as in vog and I said excuse me like 10 times and she was really trying to say D as in dog(this was for a file name). Anyway she got really mad at me and she gave the phone to a different person there and he was even worse I could not even understand him.

    Anyway well I know there is a demand in Canada where I live. My teacher says that it is so easy to get a job in computers right after high school if you take A+ and CCNA courses. Ya where do you guys live in the UK or something?
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