Do You Need a Job Experience?

Do You a Need Job Experience?

Always a good idea to start investing in yourself

Joel Bein
Joel Bein

This post originally appeared as issue 193 of the Daily Job Hunt email. Sign up for kick-butt career hype in your inbox each morning.

Invest


To reap a healthy harvest for your life and career, you want to invest in yourself.

- Buy lunch for a person you want to learn from, to build connections in a career field

- Invest your time in a course on Google Ads so you can build your skills portfolio

- Send your first pitch to a company so you can build confidence and momentum

These investments of money, time, attention, and energy may not see immediate payoff. But over time, your ROI will be high.


P.S. As a DJH reader, you can always start pitching and/or building a portfolio, with our free custom pitch builder


How to Find Tech Companies


Look, you really can crash your way into a sweet startup job (even with no experience), when you find early stage companies that are growing fast.

Use Crunchbase to narrow down your search to 2-3 companies that are exciting to you.

Learn how in this post, How to Discover Tech Companies with Crunchbase.


Quote of the Day


"Experience isn’t the only determining factor in the hiring process. I’d rather have someone who’s hungry to learn."

— Nick Black, CEO


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Joel Bein

Joel Bein is CEO at Career Hackers and passionate about personal growth and self-driven learning. As a classically trained musician, he is Founder of the New Orleans Chamber Players.