Multiplatform libraries

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I am a computer science engineering major and I am looking to develop a program to put into my portfolio to show off to possible employers. I know that I would like the program to be multiplatform in that no extra coding will be needed to make the program work with other operating systems. Also, I want the program to be in C++ and GUI based. I know there are many multiplatform libraries available such as wxWidgets, Qt, GTK, etc... My question is, which one would be the most reputable? By that I mean, which one would a company like more? Right now I am leaning towards Qt because I think it looks the best, but I would like any kind of input!
 
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There seems to be little doubt, at least in this area of the country, that Java programming is what's sexy now. And it does have the advantage of portability.
 
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