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A Simple Fast-working guide to Getting your dream job as a Developer

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As a developer, I believe programming is too hard to master to not get a job or even make a dime with one's new and hard-acquired skill.

It sucks so deeply when you have a skill and you're very broke.

This is why I am taking my time to put this simple guide together for everyone out there who wants to get a job as a developer and make money fast in 2023. Even, if you're a newbie!

First things first.

You have to learn and master your craft. No one will employ or pay a mediocre, so be the best before you start looking for a paid job.

Secondly.

Build an outstanding portfolio.

There's a lot of competition out there, so, to get your dream job, build an outstanding portfolio. Volunteer. Build stuff that would wow your employer!

The third thing.

Know where to go.

The problem with some developers is that they don't know where to go and search for the jobs they need. Some prefer lying down and waiting for a miracle.

Rule number one is don't go to Google! No job will come from an endless Google search and I know this is where most people make mistakes.

Instead, go to the right sources like LinkedIn, Upwork and other sites that you can submit a proposal for a job. Most of you want to work for big tech companies like Google, Microsoft and the rest.

But, I want to tell you what's important at the end of the day is not where you work, but the amount on your paycheck. This is what will pay your bills, not your company.

I have seen freelancers and people who choose to work on their own go from 0 - $30K every month. They not only enjoy good paychecks, but they enjoy flexibility and freedom. And everyone wants freedom.

You can even work from your home for big startups.

Everything depends on whether you know where to go.

The fourth point.

Prepare for your interview.

Take prep courses. Learn what you need to say for every question you're asked and dress professionally.

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I can't explain everything here. But, because of this I have gathered a 42 page report which I titled: How to get a job as a developer: everything you need to know to start making money fast as a developer today.

I explained everything you need to know to get your first or next job as a developer in this free report. So, take advantage of it now.

You can download it here now: https://olaobatomiwa-daff2.gr8.com/
Jun 24 '23 #1
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