A little bit about myself. I'm currently a Cost Analyst. Recently I found out I was going to be given an opportunity to create a database for the company. I realized my strength is not strong like I thought it was despite the fact I have taken the course in college and in grad school after I did a rough draft of creating the database and was struggling to get things work the way I wanted it.
I'm hoping to switch fields in the future from Accounting to IT after I have a longer work experience and knowledge on database. I do know not what the IT field is lIke or how stressful it is since I've been in accounting for the past 7 years.
I find myself to be the person that understands the business side and technical side as well. It appears to me the career path I'm thinking about switching over to is Business/ Systems Analyst or Database Developer.
How did you get better at understanding the way access or database works? Is there a site that you go to to practice creating numerous databases? Please feel free to give any advice. I'm struggling to find which exact career path I want to get into and salary.
All I've done so far is watching youtube videos and learning how to code in sql on my phone.
I feel like I am late to be learning this but I don't want to give up. I'm just struggling between to climb up the ladder from being a Cost Analyst (I don't know what position I want since I don't know if I'm capable to do the job) or venture off into IT.