I get you I been out of college two year now. I decided to do this corona virus data entry job instead of the warehouse thing. But that is my life some life the only jobs I have had are tutoring and temp data entry jobs.Starting to feel a bit defeated myself. I have an interview with Revature and for a data software engineer position next week. I'm starting to lean more and more toward the Revature thing. It seems a bit more secure during these times, and I need something relatively soon. I'm pretty confident I will be accepted into the program, if I decide to pursue it. I can see full stack dev training going a long way. Juggling job hunting with self training doesn't sound like a better alternative. I'd much rather be in a program following a curriculum making minimum wage for a short time with the high probability of a job afterward while maybe self training in a few things that interest me instead of possibly making minimum wage with no clear end in sight, job hunting and trying to focus on one of the myriad of things I could potentially teach myself that may or may not end up paying off.
I do not know I think we math and physics major messed up and should have chosen computer science. Next week I have to choose classes for a new major I am planning to do and it hurts my heart to give money to these college professor who treat you like you are worthless and often do not respond to emails.
From what I read about revarture though they will give you training but you still have to pass the coding interview of whoever want to hire you and you have to sign a 2 year contact.
The way I see if you can pass the coding interview then you do not even need the company.