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MNC to small company

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Although I am working in an MNC for 18 months I still haven’t got good exp as a java developer. Now I have got a job in a small start up company. Should I go for it?
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This is a personal decision. What does the startup offer that your company does not ? Do you want more learning opportunities / better compensation ? Are you willing to put in the extra hours of chaos ?
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Generally speaking, a start-up would offer more learning opportunities in this phase of your career. You may need to wear different hats, but that will make you more versatile with that exposure. It won't have job stability & prestige of an MNC, but I find jobs in start-ups more challenging & intellectually rewarding; provided you know what they are doing and like what they do.

Rest is your personal choice.

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