Tactical Challenges In Hiring Junior Engineers

Who even is a Junior Engineer?

Hiring a Junior Engineer is a 1–2 year Commitment

  • not having enough runway for the company to last 1–2 years
  • not having enough bandwidth for mentorship
  • not having enough senior engineers on the team who can be effective, empathetic mentors
  • not having a clear product roadmap

You Need Experienced Managers

Remote Work Presents Unique Challenges

Well-Defined Starter Projects or Bugs

Senior Engineers Will be Less Productive

Product Roadmap

The Payoff Might Not Be Evident

Conclusion

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