What does it take to get hired in a remote role with a WordPress company?
There is no magic amount of time, energy, or money you need to spend to build a career in WordPress. That said, there’s no doubt you can gain what you need to get hired full-time if you put in 3-12 months of general study and focused skill development.
The only question is, “Are you ready to start?”
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