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If finding a new job sounds overwhelming, think practically about how you can insert yourself into an area where you might seem like an outsider.
Knowing how your specific experience translates is key. Knowing the fine details of the job, what it requires, and the company will help you to find a way in. Showing examples of learned new skills proves you're really passionate about that role and will grow into it. Employers find that exciting.
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