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Old   February 20, 2013, 11:29
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Hi,

I'm a fresher with M.Tech CFD. I'm seriously looking out for a job of any kind related to CFD. If you come across any job vacancies please let me know.I can also forward my CV if needed.

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Ok i want to start CFD business and then i need employees so then i will contact with you.
Are (will) you (be) considering employees without US citizenship
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