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im working on a pre-employement assessment for a company that offers almost 5x the average salary for programmers but good god this assessment is hard

do programmers have to do this everyday? how do they manage to keep on going then?
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i only have it as my hobby for fun
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>>88036241
Burnout is famously common among devs
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Out of 8 hours of work I'm actually just lazily working for 3-4 hours at most, spending the other 3.5 hours writing shit on jira, going to meetings, talking, watching videos, eating, shitting, etc. As for the remaining 30 minutes I arrive 15 minutes late and leave 15 minutes early.
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>>88036365
tldr: programmers don't work the whole 8 hours, so it's difficult to "burn out"
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People who want 5x the average salary go through such bullshit, people who settle don't.
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>>88036241
Stay away from wifi and it's easy to work 12 hours.



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