The question might feel a little common out here, but allow me to explain more.
I am a Junior Year CS Student and in my early days of getting involved in publishing conference papers, research articles in journals led me to certain journals which apparently fell under the Beal's list of Predatory Journals.
My question is How does a publication in such journals affect my profile in two domains:
1. Academia - Where all professors are highly educated and experienced and may/may not know about such journals. I would love to hear from anyone from the academia how do you treat such a candidate, whose early experience has been publishing in Predatory Journals? Does this affect my prospects of Further Studies such as MS/PhD?
I have transitioned from that phase and have a paper in progress worthy of publication in an IEEE Conference. My prior publications belong to IJRASET, IJSER - both apparently falling under Beal's List of Predatory Journals.
2. Industry: Assuming I switch from Academia to Industry and have mentioned publications from these predatory journals on my Resume/CV, How does the Industry perceive this and whether it affect my prospects of bagging an offer from them?
Looking forward to a healthy discussion, worthy suggestions and insights from the users will be highly appreciated and helpful!