Wondering about the typical day of a developer and how much time you spend crunching numbers on the computer vs. talking to people / getting your hands dirty on-site, and if this amount of time is different or if there is a progression for entry-level positions vs. higher ups, or at small firms vs. bigger firms. I'm angling to do a job search in a year-ish and personally I'd love to spend most of my time doing hands-on face to face work vs. at the computer.
PS To be honest this profession has so many blurred lines, multi-hat wearing jobs that it's hard to find out with a job search for "real estate developer". Am I missing something with the job titles?
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