The Modern Job Market

The modern job market is akin to the modern NBA. In the NBA, the players have the power. The players who hone their skills and strive for impact have the most mobility. Players don’t spend all of their careers at one team. They go where they see fit.

Schools teaches us that good jobs are scarce. They teach us that jobs are extremely hard to get.

The truth is, good talent is scarce.

In the startup world, it is known that users rarely know the solution to their problem. Users aren’t responsible for creating features, they are needed to clarify the problem.

The same thing applies to the modern job market. Employers don’t know what the perfect candidate is. They only know what a team is lacking, and problems that need to be solved.

July 10, 2020 · Career · Jobs · Thoughts

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