The Post Bootcamp Job Hunt

1. You know yourself better than anyone else does.

2. Go at your own pace

3. Imposter Syndrome is normal

4. Don’t stress over the technical interview

5. Don’t worry about the tech stack

6. Don’t set a timeline (if you can afford it)

7. It’s ultimately a numbers game

8. Learn from your rejections

9. Perseverance is essential

10. Keep learning

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