it might help knowing more about your background and age. the profile only says hardcore gamer and suggests disposition in learning about computers.
i’m born in 1981, got my first job as a computer lab assistant part time, earning awesome bucks for such a kid still in school, back in 1995.
and even today i’m struggling with the career not just because of my indecision, i did try to switch to airplanes and theater, but also because it’s actually much harder to land any decent job than the successful stories on the internet may lead us to believe.
and i never managed to break out of 10k per year, in any given year, as an year average. that’s not too bad in Brazil, where I lived most of the time, but it’s still worth it what it is: very, very poor money. it’s around the minimum wage of Portugal, without the benefits of being in Europe.
that being said, my suggestion is doing something like what i’m doing today, much related with the ikigai: get to know mentorswithoutborders.net
if you have the drive and enough network support to go for a job (i didn’t have either, since around 1999), there’s nothing more you need. anything we suggest is just to accelerate things, but we can, as well, just enjoy the ride. any ride. i actually enjoyed mine, but to see that when i’m answering questions, well, you asked the wrong ones.