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Hey /biz/ I'm fresh out of high school with pretty solid

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Hey /biz/

I'm fresh out of high school with pretty solid grades so I have a wide array of options. I'm interested in computer related subjects and I've been told I'm good at writing. I'd like to get into a field where I can freelance work from home. As it stands I'm considering web development or some sort of coding but I haven't started anything. I'm aware that this will need a portfolio, but I'm wondering about schooling. I'm not in any rush as I have parents will support me as long as I'm doing something to work towards my future.

My questions are: What would be the best area to focus on? And how should I learn? University? College? Entirely self taught? What is best from a practical standpoint? Where do I start?

I don't care too much about making a ton of money, I'd just like to be able to support myself and not be living off of instant ramen.
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>>1401527
>As it stands I'm considering web development or some sort of coding but I haven't started anything

Enjoy minimum wage in a few years.

>but I'm wondering about schooling

A degree in *anything* or just a good portfolio and/or a referral by someone.
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>>1401581
>Enjoy minimum wage in a few years.

Why? Is that exaggerated or is it actually a thing? I don't ever come to the board so I don't know the culture.


>A degree in *anything* or just a good portfolio and/or a referral by someone.

I have no prior knowledge. Are you saying self teaching is my best bet?
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>>1401586
Over-saturation is no joke.

Self teaching is what I did, and I'm doing fine.
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>>1401590
so everything related to all the stuff I named will become that over-saturated in a few years?

Any resources you recommend and areas to focus on?
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