I recently saw on LinkedIn another linkt to an article written by a
labor market expert. It is another one about career mistakes, which means that
if you apply to a job and even go to a job intervie, chances are that you won't
get the job because you have made a career mistake.
I really do hate it when what I do is defined as a mistake,
I didn't even click the link to the depressing article, this time about
being a Jack of all trades.
What the heck? I don't believe anyone will hire me for a position of a
code monkey. Apparently, that's what I am, so I'm learning how to be a good
technician. In addition, I still want to develop software, and I enjoy solving some
I guess it makes me a Jack of all trades, and not a good candidate for a job.
So please stop defining things as career mistake, and let people make a decent