- I build APIs in .NET Core using C#.
- I'll do anything.
Which of these two statements do you think is going to generate action on the part of a recruiter? If you think the second statement means anything to anyone, you're mistaken.
"I'll work for free" is right up there with "I'll do anything." In the dating scene, which is not entirely different from the job market, it translates to, "I'm desperate."
Now, "I'll do anything" is the right attitude for work. I just would not use it to get attention because it is not helpful information for a recruiter. The goal when advertising yourself is to tell people what you can do for them. The more specific the better, and yes, it means a lot of potential employers will not be interested. At the same time, the ones that will be interested will be much more likely to hire you.