October 27, 2022
Author, Founder Relentless
Identify a role that maximizes all of the following:
A. The role creates a lot of value for employers: In order for you to land a role that pays $XXXK+ you need to create 5X that number or more for your employer.
B. You’re good at that role: This means you are likely to be able to deliver the results needed to deliver on the value of that role.
C. The responsibilities of someone in that role doesn’t vary a lot across different companies: Targeting a role which varies significantly makes your search harder, because you need to change your resume every time you apply to a job and pitch to every time you interview for a job.
D. A lot of people are hiring for the role: If the role is not in high demand, you get less interviews, which means you get less interview attempts, which means you are less likely to get a high quality and quantity of offers.
E. There are many more people hiring for the role than there are people qualified to do it: Low alternatives give you pricing power (aka the ability to ask for higher compensation).
F. Employers hiring for the role have a high budget allocated to the role: If you expect to create $X of value over the next year but the buyer can’t pay you, then they’re not the right fit. This is why targeting companies with $XMN+ raised or in revenue is important for many job searches (though not all).
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