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How To Get A Job That Pays Well (With No Experience)

How do you get a job that pays well with no experience?

Now, first of all, you have to put your ego aside. You need to be willing to do something, any kind of a job in the beginning to get some income coming in.

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How To Get A Job That Pays Well (With No Experience)

I don’t care if it is Uber driving, food delivery, cleaning, proofreading, something. Chances are, you will be using your manual labor, your physical manual labor in order to make a living while you are skilling up.

You’re not going to do this for the long term, but it is a transition.

You need to be willing to eat shit for a period of time, right, just to get some income coming in.

You’re not going to go from here to here overnight. It is a process, no different than what I did before.

I was working in an MNC company when I was getting started.

When I started my job I was working as an engineer, doing a lot of hard work. Visiting sites, Installing IT Networks, dealing with people, and spoiling my hand by doing the groundwork.

I didn’t complain and be a bitch about it. That’s what I needed to do to get some income coming in.

Remember this Guru Mantra –

” Your income development always follows your skill development.”

So while you’re doing that, getting some income coming in, you are developing your skill sets, or what I call high-income skills.

Look at any industry, any sector doesn’t matter if there’s a crisis going on.

In any sector, who gets paid the most? Chances are, those jobs are related to what I call revenue-generating activities.

Revenue generating activities. Jobs that would produce revenue for the company or jobs that would increase the efficiency that will produce more revenue for the company.

Those jobs, generally speaking, get paid more. Let me give you an actual example.

My Brother Mr.Maulik Shah runs a website design and project training company in Anand – TechnoguideInfo. He has various packages ranging from X INR to Y INR, for a six-month or a 12-month contract for website maintenance and development.

He always needs someone, a closer sales guy, to walk through any prospects that come in.

Their process, how it works, what do they do, and what are the expectations?

Because it’s critical to set the expectations. When someone takes those needs and those inquiries and closes those high-value sales, his digital marketing agency will pay 10% to the closers that are trained.

Every single time they make a sale, let’s say an INR 50000, sale, closer gets INR 5000.

If it is an INR 100000, sale, package, they get INR 10000, every single time they make a sale.

That sounds too good to be true. Who makes thousands of rupees with one single phone call?

What you don’t understand is, that when you put yourself in a revenue-generating position, when you are helping a business, a company, to generate revenue, they’re not even paying for your experience.

They’re paying for the results that you could produce. If you could close those sales, they don’t care how much experience you have. What they care is can you convert those leads into sales.

That’s what they are paying for. And that’s how you shortcut that process.

An experience is not something that you have or don’t have anyway.

Experience is something that you get. You got to go get it.

You can’t just say, well, I don’t know how to do it, I don’t know how to do it, and you don’t take action and you don’t get started.

You have to start somewhere. Today, right now, get the experience. Talk to people, work for free, whatever it takes to get it going.

You have to get it going first. Then you have your first client, your first job, your second job, your third jobs. 

You have to have the first one. Doesn’t matter how much you get paid, doesn’t even matter what you do.

You got to start somewhere. while you are doing that, you’re working on your skill sets. If you say, well, I don’t want to talk to people.

I don’t want to read books. I don’t want to learn, I don’t want to skill up, then don’t bitch when you don’t get a job.

The other day, I saw on LinkedIn a fan of mine. And he was asking and struggling.

He said, you know, I submit a bunch of resumes and I just, I couldn’t get any interviews.

Well, I post in the comments and I asked exactly how many resumes you’ve sent out? Five.

Well, you shouldn’t be sending out five, you should be sending out 500.

No wonder you’re not getting a job. You’ll violating the law of cause and effect.

It’s like you look at the crops, where are the crops? I got no crops.

  • Have you planted the seeds?
  • How many seeds have you planted?

None, or not enough. That’s the issue.

Your first job is always going to be the hardest to get. This is why you want to get it as quickly as possible.

It’s not the only job you’ll ever get. Doesn’t mean you’re going to work there forever, doesn’t mean you’ll be stuck there forever. 

It may be a transition, it may be a stepping stone. 

In the meantime, you are skilling up, developing a skill that is valuable to businesses, especially in these uncertain times.

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Hi, I am Shitanshu Kapadia founder of moneyexcel.com. I have written 1800+ articles on this blog. I am PGDBA(marketing), engaged in blogging for 10 years. Moneyexcel blog is ranked as one of the Top 10 Personal Finance Blog in India. The purpose of this blog is to spread financial awareness and help people in managing money. Please note that the views expressed on this Blog are clarifications meant for reference and guidance of the readers to explore further on the topics. These should not be construed as investment advice or legal opinion.
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