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@seancorfield do you have any advice on what Clojure jobs usually look for? It would take me some time to get to that point, but it would give me a stronger reason to learn Clojure than just wanting to learn something new


@shaffan1996 Hard to say in general. Some companies are able to take on new-to-Clojure programmers and are happy to train them up. Others want someone who is already proficient. I see quite a few ClojureScript and/or "full-stack" Clojure/Script jobs posted in #jobs and #remote-jobs but since I don't do ClojureScript, I don't pay much attention to them (I've always been a purely server-side engineer/architect: UI was just not something I ever got into).


Maybe others here will chime in...?