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having a trouble with careers

hi i trying to find a career in mobile app development or web development but i trying to find out what would be easier for me. i mean i know html css a little on javascript and python.but also some people have told me me mobile apps are were its at for working freelance. since working for companies are harder and yes i kinda suffer a disability so i really can only work for myself. so far i support my self in computer repair as a home business but it no running slow on cash. and i hope that maybe treehouse can jump start a career. so please any can i get some help to work on a career path. thank you for your time

2 Answers

I'm copying in Kristen Badal as she's helping Students find jobs. Good luck! :)

Thanks for being a Treehouse Student!

Cheers, Ryan

Hi Johnathan,

Thanks for reaching out! As it seems you're just getting started, I would recommend finishing up both the front-end web development and iOS development tracks to familiarize yourself with each and determine which you prefer. In going though the tracks, you'll build up essential job-ready skills, as well as build a work portfolio. From there, I would round out your classes with our soft skills, and continue building your portfolio with free or freelance work for friends and local businesses. You can always reach out to me at kristen@teamtreehouse.com for more advice or to help aid in your search!


P.S. Be sure to check out our Career Resource Center at http://teamtreehouse.com/career-resources for more tips :)