Unfortunately, searching everywhere was the problem
As a young man, I grew to learn so many things that when I was searching for a job, I searched everywhere. Unfortunately, searching everywhere was the problem, I should have searched in just one place.
Every job seemed interesting. I could be fanciful on all opening that is aligned with my skill set, This is not how it works. I appeared too neutral to all potential employers, there were not sure what I really wanted to do with my life
The most important thing that helped me get into the workforce was focus. This time, it was not just something I do to earn a living, It is doing what I love and know how to do.
I was applying for every job while using similar resume and cover letter. I read an article on the importance of
FOCUS in searching for a job. I decided to avoid all work that wasn’t development
I tailored my resume and cover letter with development specific buzzwords and experiences. I was strictly clear to employers that this is the line I have chosen.
I avoided applying all job that seem to look like something I could do but was towards the development course.
I also started improving myself drastically in this course as I am limited. This helped to begin to see myself in this profession and this profession alone. So I gave it all my best in the process of self-development
FOCUS is perhaps the most important thing that pushed me faster into the workforce.