How To Get Your First Web Development Job Without Any Experience?

Safalta expert Published by: Yashaswi More Updated Tue, 11 Jan 2022 11:26 AM IST


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We rely on the internet more than ever before, especially in the face of a pandemic.

As a result, web development is at the cutting edge of our digital age. Web developers are in high demand, and the industry is growing at a considerably higher rate than the national average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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How to get into development with no experience?

Your first objective should be to work as a junior web developer, commonly known as a front-end developer. Junior web developers learn how to construct and update websites using web apps while working under the supervision of veteran web developers. If you're new to the sector, though, there are some steps you may take to improve your chances of landing a job.

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Develop your abilities

To begin, you must have knowledge and skills in the fundamentals. HyperText Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), JavaScript (JS), and basic coding, as well as responsive design and browser developer tools, are all examples.

Take some time to learn how HTML, CSS, and JS operate together because they are the foundation of web development. There are numerous websites dedicated teaching the fundamentals of web design, or you can enrol in a coding boot camp like this one given by UNC-Chapel Hill.

Obtain a Degree

This is a contentious step because web development does not have a single degree or course. A bachelor's degree in computer science or a similar field is required for most professional web developers. A bachelor's degree may be required for progress, but an associate's degree will get you started. A boot camp can be used instead of (or in addition to) obtaining a degree.

Formal schooling will provide you with the knowledge and abilities you'll need when you start working as a web developer. You will also get the support of your instructors and peers, allowing for future networking.

However, keep in mind that many effective self-taught web developers lack a formal education.

Make a decision about where you want to focus your web development efforts.

You'll decide whether you want to focus on front-end or back-end web development after you've gained some web development experience (or both).

Front-end web developers work on the "front end" of websites, which refers to everything that the visitor sees. Front-end developers employ HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and JQuery to make the website appealing to the eye and enjoyable to use.

As the name implies, back-end developers work on the "back-end" of websites. These experts work behind the scenes with the server, application, and database to ensure that everything on the front end operates well. Java, Ruby, PHP, and Python are among the languages used by back-end developers.

The next step is to create a website to exhibit your work to potential employers. Set up a domain and put your web programming talents to the test. Offer to develop a website for others and share your website with them (you could start with family and friends; no experience is bad experience). You will be able to include these projects in your portfolio.

Your website should reflect your expertise as a web developer and will be an important tool for showcasing your abilities.

Begin your job search now

It's time to start looking for jobs now that you've developed your talents, a portfolio, and a network. Look at job advertisements for entry-level or junior web developers on sites like Indeed, Glassdoor, or LinkedIn to get a sense of what you're looking for.


Start polishing your resume and applying for web development jobs that you're interested in. If you don't hear back from a corporation, make sure to follow up. Networking is another option for finding work. You never know who might require the services of a web developer. Make it clear that you're available and eager to start this exciting new job.