Which One Would Be Better?
Since it seems nobody wants to give me a challenging job and I see almost no way to advance in my current fields I am thinking about getting into IT.
Currently I'm doing a free online Python course and it goes quite well. After I finish it I want to take another course, a paid one, because even though I love the logic and find it easy and I can learn the coding itself on my own, I lack so much of the technical background, which I need to make up for.
Which one would give me better chances for an international career (I want to work in Germany): Java or web developing? These two courses I like, they would give me the technical knowledge I'm missing, and I can progress in my own pace so it will be as fast as I can progress with it, and I want to do it as fast as possible.
Ok, summary: do I have better chances to start working in a technical field, and hopefully in Germany, as a Java programmer or as a web developer? After the entry level stage, which one will give me a better career?
I suspect that it will be Java for the long term. But I want to learn people's opinions who know more about the IT fields than I do. I see job ads for both.
Is it maybe something else? There are lots of courses but only these two give me the possibility to make faster progress and finish earlier if I want.
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