re: How do you survive over a year of rejected applications? VIEW POST

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It's tough, but when I was interviewing I really tried to have the mindset that 100 no's and one yes is the same as 0 no's and 1 yes.

Don't stop before you get that yes, but in the meantime you can try getting freelance work for anyone. You can start with super cheap contract/freelance and work up to make more as you continue to interview.

 
 

You can start with super cheap contract/freelance and work up to make more as you continue to interview.

This approach is super underrated. It's how I got started. Start really cheap and as you get work just keep doubling your rate.

My first paid programming job was $10/hr :P

 
 

Several years into my programming career I got contacted by an old client who wanted me to do another project for them—for the same $15 I had been charging them when I was a total noob.

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