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How can I categorize Python job offers ?

 
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Hello. I am thinking about changing my job. For a couple of weeks I was learning general python stuff but right now I am thinking that maybe I should also "specialize" ?

I was checking out some job offers and I tried to categorize them with things that I should learn to do them. But since I am a newbie at all that I find it quite hard. For now I got this:

General Python Guy: Python ?

Web Apps: Python, Django, SQLs, React

Data Science: Python, Pandas, WebScraping (?)

AI: Python, PyTorch, TensorFlow, DeepLearning, ML

What are others "categories" of job offers in Python ?

If I am complete noob, learning it right how to get first job as a junior, what exactly should I learn ?

To be honest, right now I found a lot of Web Apps job offers. So it seems that I should learn - Python, Django, MySQL, PostGreSQL, React (?), html&css&html5 (?) and kinda standard stuff - GIT.

What do you think about it ? How I should approach all of this ?

Thanks and Cheers
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