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Why not recommend starting with freelancing?


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Hi all!) Teach front-end development for about 8 months(almost all day), commercial experience yet. Skill: html/css/js/vue/node(vplane for the front), and speak good English. I want to start potihonku to earn. But I live in a small town, jobs there even is not present, and moving is not an option. Stay freelance(udalenku without experience do not take?). Heard many times however, that freelancing if you go, then experience a couple of years at least. So I want to know from experienced people whether it is possible to start a career in freelance from scratch or is it meaningless? Thanks in advance to all for answers.
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Because 95 percent of people do not know how to educate themselves and to make difficult decisions, and the remaining five percent of such stupid questions to ask
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Growth efficiency of the qualifications below - contrary to full-time work with experienced colleagues at the next table.

Man is so constituted that he needs to train (teach) their close. Actually this forum it shows - this is a social movement and motivates us to spend time on the answers.

So if you have an experienced colleague around, even if they do not pay extra for you - you pull as much faster.

Important point: to get a job where everything is the same as you or slightly better - makes no sense in terms of training. Colleagues must be truly experienced.

You can start from scratch - who prevents you?
Just keep in mind that other things being equal, you will lose a lot of time unproductive. Really - years.

Example: "experienced" freelancers with experience and 7 and 5 and even 12 years, which I happened to hire is slightly different from the qualification of the Junes in my office, learning that I had a hand. The skill of receiving the money of course freelancers have been more refined. But professional skills.

Or be willing to learn independently. And intensively to learn.
But, as said, Puma Thailand - self such stupid questions don't ask.

On the other hand, having a normal base, for example in years 5 offline - freelancing is already more than normal. Your self-growth could be very rapid.

Easier and more efficient, IMHO, to just move to a big city. Well, at least a year 3.
What's the problem? Millions of people migrate in search of work.
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It seems to me that it is not recommended, because in a bunch of extra freelance work. Search customer discussions (in short the management red tape). Without the necessary expertise in development you will it all to escape and the formation of you as a professional can take a long time.
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on udalenku without experience do not take

You did not say that no experience (works on remote), show your knowledge, and there will.
Because in freelance also give preference to people "with experience".
Now that the "inexperienced" can not work?!
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In fact, to start with freelancing is not recommended for the reason that the newcomer should initially be feedback good developers, they will mark the error, show how to optimally solve the problem. Plus additional experience are required in order to find a good customer and in order to fully solve the problem because of additional requirements.
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It is better to start in the team, because the elders will tell you that your approach is wrong and will hurt to poke his nose. Without them, without knowing it, become a fount of bad practice. And then to lose time for retraining, at worst Balk in the ceiling of development and cease to do anything, in the end, becoming uninteresting to the profession.
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If you focus on lightning-fast growth, then freelancing is not your option, go to work in a strong team. For a year or two in a strong team you, unless you resist, you will become a good developer. In freelancing you all the time to prototheca in place, and without feedback of other developers and you may not understand that write very bad code and use irrational decisions.
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