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I think it depends on the type of job and the level of experience. As well as the personality of the person itself.

I just got a beginner front-end dev job recently, and I'm lucky that it's a small company with a friendly and informal atmosphere, which is great for me in general, but especially if you're new and it's your first job.
No big corporate stress.

Classic DEV Post from Feb 2

Progress Not Perfection

Most people want to make things perfect. Sometimes we evaluate the complexity of an upcoming goal or a problem. So, the fear to not complete it perfectly or "wrong" (Yeah, who are judges? 🤔) stops us even from trying.

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