Khan Academy has some great free resources to help figure out what is next. To name a few resources.... applying for education programs, what to expect if you are thinking of changing jobs, and guides on freelancing & business ownership.
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You may find some extra time where you would typically be out and about. Using this to either pick up a new or brush up on an old language is a way to add some personal skills that could not only benefit you personally but also be appealing on a resume. Apps/ websites like Duolinga are free tools to help learn languages. https://www.duolingo.com/ #onlinetraining
This is what I said to myself a few years ago. In 2016 I was looking for a job. I already had more than a decade of experience and thought it would be easy to find a place. However after 6 months of applications with no success I realized that it was time to change something. I've always been good with computers but thought that software development is too hard, too boring or too [put any reason for me not to do it here]. Well after those 6 months I was ready to take the leap. I did a bit of research online and found CookSystems (my way in!). I did a 2 months coding bootcamp with them that was basically FREE and had all their support in finding my way into the field. If you have found yourself in a similar situation and think this is something that can work for you, check them out https://cooksys.com/programs/