hey your problems seem ridiculous to me, because i am a foreigner.
i really would like to move to the US, and I usually bomb recruiters with
my resume, they mostly even not reply to my emails. Is it a kind of american people's
I cannot really imagine, if what the problem is with me. Is not my resume strong enough?
They afraid of my weaker communication skills? Am I too old? Do not I have enough skills?
Maybe the main point is about the lack of Java and C/C++. They say: if we hire somebody from a foreigner
country, he/she must be a genie!
To join the discussion I found justperljobs.com a very useful resource to find "pure" perl nirvana jobs,
a company almost hired me from there. (but they disappeared without an explanation one day, funny, eh?)
if you have some tips, please do not keep
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