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The very first condition is that you need to apply for a company that actually listens and supports, normally big company or startup will pay more attention to their young generation.

For many, the first job is very important, true for every junior. They need to know that the road is long, if a company is not hearing or cheering, it's bad and perhaps you can seek for another chance. Even with lower income but more important is what you will learn and will the position support you in the future.

However, if you decide to stay, learning to overcome those feelings (that is being ignoring, unhealthy communication and poor development space), be thirsty to the knowledge no matter what will be very helpful. This includes self-learning and seeking outside group to develop even more skills/talents.

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