I was wondering if it's possible to get a patent technology specialist position for someone who has say worked for a decade or so as a sw engineer in silicon valley tech.
I tried looking at linkedin jobs search but could only find a few positions even in SV hub posted by a firm named alchemy legal https://alchemylegalrecruiting.com/. all those positions mentioned experience required working on patents.
how difficult is it to get these? what kind of salary exists for these?
what is the best way to apply for these? should the resume be tailored differently than the typical software engineer resume or any tests other than lsat needed?
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