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Willing to work for peanuts

 
#1 Willing to work for peanuts
03/06/2004 12:45

Jonathan de Bruijn

Energetic and enthusiastic indivdual looking for a entry level position with responsibility and prospects. I have a masters degree with limited IT background. However eager to learn everything and anything to get my dream career off.

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#2 Re: Willing to work for peanuts
10/06/2004 16:19

Rodger

Hey Jonathan,

You have obviously travelled a certain path and have some valuable experience - Sell that achievement/time served as opposed to selling your desire to learn. Two points I have noticed in years of consulting: Firstly, a higly qualified entry level person is often intimidating and secondly, most companies are not in the business of fulfilling employees dreams - They are much more harshly transactional....Basically I am suggesting your mindset should be one that recognizes your worth and sells it. There is an old adage about peanuts/monkeys! Hope this is clear, if not contact me directly.

Best of luck.

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