Hey there everyone, hope you are all safe and well.
I will graduate (B.Tech. Computer Science 2016-2020 batch) in the coming month. All my results are out (8.5 GPA out of 10.0). I study in a good tier-3 college and also had a really good placement (5 LPA) which I obtained via campus placement during the start of my last year. Since I had a good placement I slacked of the whole year (till then I was doing courses to develop my knowledge but stopped them all, this I regret a lot). I was not allowed to sit in anymore placement drives as one student can only have one placement in my college.
Now there is a pandemic and a few months before, my company cancelled our placement offers as they couldn’t hire anymore.
I have been applying for a lot of jobs and finally got another offer in a company with low package and a 2 year bond.
I am not particularly good in coding but have really committed myself to improving my coding.
I am in no rush to find a job, and is financially quite stable. I just need advice to whether I should accept this job offer. I really want to study coding better and make up for the time I slacked off in college and then apply for better jobs. Is this a good idea?
Considering the current pandemic situation will I get better jobs after sometime (considering I do courses like that of FCC and maybe some personal projects too)?
Is it okay to stay unemployed for some months (or maybe a year) right after graduation?
I am extremely stressed as I have no good jobs right now. Is me being stressed completely idiotic?