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Job Alerts for Positions, are these good?

yobretyo profile image Bret ・1 min read

So for “junior web developer”
I have my settings set to
“Entry, intern, contract”,

The main ones that show up are Java, Python, React also some Angular.
But the “entry” junior positions have “3-5 years experience” and they also call for experience in different things like having also c#, sql, Apache spring boot ... but it’s “entry” so, what is a type of entry, where someone can learn, and move up?
-how about working for free?

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Jason C. McDonald

There are some excellent internships that do accept applicants with little to no prior experience. Sometimes you just have to go looking for them beyond the usual job listing boards. DEV Listings is sometimes helpful in this regard, as is ismyinternshipcancelled.com.

We just closed for applications for the MousePaw Media Programming Internship this morning, but we'll be reopening for applicants in November. If you haven't found something else by then, you should consider applying.

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Bret Author

Are there opportunities in Texas?

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Jason C. McDonald

Well, MousePaw Media is remote. As to the industry as a whole, I'm sure there is, as Houston is a fairly major tech sector.

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Bret Author

Ok 👍, I’m in Fort Worth