Explain me how to get a remote job like I'm five

Updated on May 21, 2018

Hi there! I started developing 6 months ago, I'm programming in Angular and AngularJs at work right now, and I use Ionic on another client's project. In my spare time I study back end.
Is it possible to get a remote job with my amount of experience? Thanks guys!

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I am not sure if it is a question where you are expecting someone to answer with a "me, I want to hire you" or if it is a real question. I will assume that it is a real question and I will attempt to answer it even if it sounds silly.

It seems to me that your question can be reformulated as "I am ugly and I don't know how to talk to girls. Can I have a girlfriend?"

In which case the answer is "yes, you can". It will be hard, but you can.

Hahahahaha Thanks Vincent! Yeah it was an actual question. So far I have been sending resumes in websites like Linkedin, Freelancer remoteok.io and a bunch of other websites.

The point of my question was basically to know if I had to wait more time so I had more experienced or if it was really possible to get a job like that with that little amount of experience

Then I think that my answer is a good metaphor, hopefully it will help you in any possible ways.

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