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N00bPancakes7358226dDo projects have static roles or something that mean something?
I'm not a job title kinda guy. I don't worry about that do much, but I figure job titles would mean something...not the job.
C0D463711226dJunior in the sense of title / pay, or junior in the tech being used for that particular role?
One of the qualities of a junior is being slow in adoption o new/different technologies. If you're a mid, I'd expect you to be quite fluent in this sense.
Unless there is a possibility to agree that I'm a junior for like 3 months and then I'm treated as a mid again.
Also, I'm one of those people who believe a job title matters. It's a lot easier to get recruiters'/HR attention for more serious/interesting roles when you're not a junior.
"this guy has been a junior for 4 years. Clearly there must be smth wrong with him... NEXT!"
noonesboy894225dCare less about titles. Care more about whether you find the work challenging and enjoyable. I’ve had a director title at an ad agency and all we made were marketing and product websites. Had a “regular” dev title and worked on integrations. Decide what is important to you- your skills or your title.