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Re: [Sigia-l] Finding good junior people ...... was Re: What happened to the good IAs
Most job ads for senior IAs ask for 3-5 years of experience. I have 8
years IA experience, so wonder what I am. Maybe I'm an ancient IA.
Or maybe we just all grow up into consultants. That's a scary thought.
Alexander Johannesen wrote:
> On 6/22/07, Andrew Boyd <facibus_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> It's not senseless at all; the reverse is the very question I'd like
> to ask, with what does "senior" mean?
> Obviously, both "junior" and "senior" are the only two basic
> categories in which we can place people with their skills, experience
> and knowledge. Either you don't know what you're doing and you're
> still trying to get it right (aka junior), or you know all there is to
> know and no job is really a challenge as you always gets it right (aka
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