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jonpaul:
The mrket is flooded with very low cost from China, Indai, etc perhaps $2/hr.

Compare tytical competitve services with your expected hourly rate.

Former clients, reccomendations and personal contacts are X100 mor eeffective

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ebastler:

--- Quote from: ClarenceMorse on April 16, 2024, 07:43:16 am ---I'm also agree with the OP here. You can try freelancing marketplace for getting better jobs according to your skills. All the best!

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I would not be surprised if you can even recommend a specific marketplace, via a helpful spam link to be added shortly.  ::)

Smokey:
Sorry if this sounds too harsh, but your "about" page sounds ChatGPT created. 


--- Quote ---Key Highlights:
⚙️ Embedded Systems Mastery: Proficient in the development of embedded systems, I bring a wealth of experience in designing robust and efficient solutions for diverse applications.

🛬 Mission-Critical Projects: Successfully contributed to and led projects in mission-critical environments, where reliability, performance, and precision are non-negotiable.

🦾 Industrial Prowess: Specializing in industrial electronics, I have a proven track record of creating solutions that enhance automation, control, and monitoring processes in industrial settings.

👨‍🔬 Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration: Adept at collaborating across disciplines, I have worked seamlessly with cross-functional teams to bring multidimensional projects to fruition.

📚 Continuous Learning: Committed to staying at the forefront of technological advancements, I embrace a mindset of continuous learning, ensuring that my skill set is always aligned with the latest industry trends.
--- End quote ---

Do you have "Embedded Systems Mastery", or are you just "Proficient"?

abeyer:

--- Quote from: Smokey on April 16, 2024, 11:21:32 pm ---Sorry if this sounds too harsh, but your "about" page sounds ChatGPT created. 


--- Quote ---Key Highlights:
⚙️ Embedded Systems Mastery: Proficient in the development of embedded systems, I bring a wealth of experience in designing robust and efficient solutions for diverse applications.

🛬 Mission-Critical Projects: Successfully contributed to and led projects in mission-critical environments, where reliability, performance, and precision are non-negotiable.

🦾 Industrial Prowess: Specializing in industrial electronics, I have a proven track record of creating solutions that enhance automation, control, and monitoring processes in industrial settings.

👨‍🔬 Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration: Adept at collaborating across disciplines, I have worked seamlessly with cross-functional teams to bring multidimensional projects to fruition.

📚 Continuous Learning: Committed to staying at the forefront of technological advancements, I embrace a mindset of continuous learning, ensuring that my skill set is always aligned with the latest industry trends.
--- End quote ---

Do you have "Embedded Systems Mastery", or are you just "Proficient"?

--- End quote ---

Maybe I'm just a grumpy old man, but I'd also add that the emoji doesn't seem to add anything here, and is distracting from what you (or your favorite LLM) are saying. Sticking vaguely related pictures in between bullets and text just makes everything really noisy.

josfemova:
Is your priority just getting a job that protects you from the instability in Argentina, or is your priority being an independent business?
I ask this because one option you can consider if the priority is getting somewhat stable money is sub-contract work.

In my case I'm working with a factory from South America. Currently our firmware studio is being expanded  as an important client is scaling operations and there's a significant amount of vacant positions that given the client profile should be decently stable. Some of the guys from the company work from Argentina; some of them as direct employees and others as contractors. 

English level could be a limitation for any of the options you consider, anglos will generally not like it if your English proficiency is below B2. B1 does not make it so nobody hires you, but they will sure expect you compensate that weakness with evidence of technical proficiency. Some companies like the one I'm working for at the moment offer benefits like English lessons, which could be of use if you decide to go with the subcontractor route.

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