When someone asked us as kids what we wanted to be when we grew up, I highly doubt that many of us replied, “A web developer! I want to write code, end of discussion!”
Many of us wanted to be teachers, doctors, or singers. Nowadays, more and more teenagers want to learn code. Why you may ask? Well, money has a large part to play, as more than 39,000 jobs will be created over the next few years. Once you step into the world of web development, it can be so fun that you’ll wish you had started your web-dev career sooner.
If you’re thinking of changing careers, don’t be quick to dismiss web development as it’s never too late to learn. Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” If you’re interested in web development, then it’s never too late.
Plus you’ll never be bored in coding because there’s always something new to learn. Still, before you jump into a career change, make sure you check this infographic to see if web development is a good fit for you. Another option for you is video game development, which is also a favorite of upcoming generations.