How do I prepare for Salesforce jobs?

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twinkle das asked 06-Mar-2018 in SalesForce by twinkle das
How do I prepare for Salesforce jobs?

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Tarun Gautam answered 14-Mar-2018 by Tarun Gautam

If you really want to get job/hired in Salesforce, then focus on two things:

First, Get knowledge about Salesforce, Second, Get certified from salesforce certification courses. 

First of all, I will say learn about Salesforce as much you can and also have the ability to expose yourself to the knowledge of Salesforce. You can join any institutions or get from free resource available online.

But I recommend Institutions are the better option because it’s worth spending. You will get loads of knowledge from trainers who are experienced and certified in Salesforce along with dumps.

The free resource we find from the online many times most of the topics out there, you would not have understood the practical usage of various topics. That was the problem I faced.

You can look at the blogs which have various aspects of Salesforce from this Salesforce tutorial blogs: What Is Salesforce? A Beginners Guide To Salesforce | Edureka.

How do I prepare for Salesforce jobs?

But I have recommended that it will be good for taking training from institutes. You can learn everything there is about the Salesforce technology, and you can check out the instructor-led online Salesforce certification training by Edureka for the same.

The next thing you can do to be certified yourself in Salesforce. This is an easier way to get a Salesforce job. Especially for senior/ important roles, you need a certification. Otherwise, you shouldn’t be too hopeful.

However, the starting level jobs having no need of any certifications because many Companies hire fresher’s and trained them in Salesforce and sometimes even pay for the certification also.

But, I tell you that when you search then find many companies who hire folks that don’t have a certification. So, I will say it is important that you do your research for getting certified because many of the certifications are pretty much costly. But the fact is you will not be a part of any core projects this way.
SanatShukla commented 09-Oct-2018 by SanatShukla
It's a knowledgeable article....Good Answer.