If money is your main motivation reconsider being a developer

The contrast money situation between developer and Influencers

If money is your main motivation, you might want to reconsider becoming a web developer or any other kind of developer. The ones raking in the most cash are often business owners or social media influencers. Their success usually hinges more on being born genetically attractive or personally charming rather than on creativity or hard work.

Being a developer is more about the thrill of solving problems, the excitement of discovering something new, and finding better solutions. If you're passionate about coding, these aspects can be deeply fulfilling. However, if your primary goal is to get rich quick, this might not be the path for you.

Let's take a look at the founders of the three major operating systems: Windows, macOS, and Linux. Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, is arguably the most talented developer among them. His technical prowess is unparalleled, but his deep technical focus means his financial situation doesn't compare to the likes of Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. Gates and Jobs, on the other hand, have amassed vast fortunes, not necessarily because they were the best programmers, but because they were shrewd business people and visionaries.

In the end, if you're driven by money, you might find more lucrative paths. But if you're driven by a love for technology and problem-solving, being a developer can be incredibly rewarding in ways that money can't measure.

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