Between what you want to do in your career and what the job market might be asking you to become.
Specifically, I’m referring to knowing how to code.
You tried it, you did a few Trailheads, you wrote a “Hello World” program, and
You hated it…
It just wasn’t you, and you have no desire to continue down that track.
But, maybe, you “grind” through it, and even get certified.
Because the job market has tugged at your shoestrings long enough.
You’ll show “them”…
Then, you land a position that involves writing code.
But weren’t you originally miserable learning it anyway?
Now, are you content, satisfied, fulfilled?
Learning new skills can be rewarding, but learning new skills can also make you miserable if you’re not enjoying the work you’re doing.
The dynamics of…