GoForBrok3 t1_ja8hrz7 wrote

Sorry if this is one of those questions everyone asks, but I want some real answers from real people.

I’m mid 30’s. Recently laid off from a sales job. Always had interest in tech but never committed to the appropriate classes in college. Ended up getting a Masters degree in Health Sciences (think kickball and weight lifting).

If I were to pivot my career into tech, what would be the most lucrative and time efficient way to do so? Do I need more schooling? Can I study myself and amass certifications? I’m lost and don’t have anyone in the industry to talk with.

TIA to anyone willing to comment. Love you long time.