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comment The MsC gray zone: How to deal with the “too unexperienced on engineering/too under-qualified for research” situation?
@Martjin I have this impression that I would need an absolutely stellar CV in order to compete with local developers (hell, even I would think twice before going through the hassle of hiring a foreigner, even for a remote position). Moving in and then look for a job isn't much of an option, since getting a work VISA by myself is, to put it mildly, extremely unlikely. I guess that my only options for now would be either found myself a startup (risky, even more in Brazil), or go indie on my spare time.
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comment The MsC gray zone: How to deal with the “too unexperienced on engineering/too under-qualified for research” situation?
Do you mean that all the downsides I mentioned (pushy manager, etc) are part of the profession and should be taken into consideration when I decide about my career? Are really all workplaces like that? Interestingly, your professors have the same opinion as my advisor: the more time you spend away from academia, the harder it's to come back.
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