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"Ramakant, how can I get a job in Singapore? Please let me know. Thanks, Paul Mallela"
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Working as a DBA with primary skill Oracle and secondary skill SQL Server for the last 6 plus years of experience. Presently involved with one of the MNC in singapore.

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At 11:22pm on December 20, 2009, Paul said…
Ramakant, how can I get a job in Singapore? Please let me know.
Paul Mallela

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