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Looking for a job in the tech industry can be an incredibly frustrating experience. You must find companies that are actively looking for employees with your skillset, and even when you find those companies there’s no guarantee that they are in a solid place financially or have a good reputation in the tech industry.
If you’re not careful, you can end up working for a company that is on the verge of running out of money or is known for shady business practices. Suddenly you find yourself in a scene from Silicon Valley with no hope of escape.
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