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Is it better to start career in a start up or an established firm?

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If you're ready to hustle then it would be always startup. All the extra hours and efforts you put in there will help you in the long run when you join a big brand.

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Start up

Start up helps you to learn and earn.. if you are coding/tech enthusiast

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