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I believe you understand I read before I copied.

The subtext is aimed at-continue and search.

 

This is an undeniable reality that college graduates find work in the field en masse in their early days.

True, as I have already noted in the above, most of them start in junior jobs that are characterized by long working hours that do not match their wage expectations, in order to gain employment experience.

Certainly, if one comes out of the expectation by and only by the course he will be a programmer in Silicon Valley, he is closer to LaLand.

It is well known to all that the key in the field is unending self-learning.

 

The strange thing is that you say that anyone who has screwed up his desired job in one company or another has a degree, or work experience gained from an unknown place, because you do not agree that by course and self-learning there may be a reality in which a course graduate will gain a job. Very low).

 

If so, an initial attempt to not have a quorum degree? "Friend brings a friend"?

 

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It doesn't matter what it says, I don't argue with you about the content.

Do you know what advertising content is?

This is an advertisement that RT-Group paid to Calcalist and is designed in the form of an article to make it look credible.

This is equivalent to you telling me that Sensudin is a good ointment and will bring as proof a TV commercial where an actor is dressed in a doctor's costume and he recommends you buy the toothpaste because it lowers up to 100% plaque.

I never understood why companies invest in things like this, it turns out that there really are people who fall into the trash and take it seriously.

 

 

 

 

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Do you know what advertising content is?

This is an advertisement that RT-Group paid to Calcalist and is designed in the form of an article to make it look credible.

This is equivalent to you telling me that Sensudin is a good ointment and will bring as proof a TV commercial where an actor is dressed in a doctor's costume and he recommends you buy the toothpaste because it lowers up to 100% plaque.

Thanks for the explanation.

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It turns out that there really are people who fall into the trash and take it seriously.

It turns out that companies that guarantee placement in a large percentage of cases are tasked in one place or another, whether or not it fits the requirements of the course graduate? This is up to him to choose.

If you doubt it, come to one of the great colleges at the end of the year and be interested.

You have to understand that most of the first job is a career hopping and nothing more.

 

Check out All-Govs, check out all types of programmers relevant to the course, check out some jobs that don't require practical experience in companies in the field.

 

My question is in place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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