I'd like to find a job in web design and am having trouble getting an interview. I've been a stay at home mom for 20 years. I went to the local community college last year for 3 semesters and took classes and earned 3 certificates. It doesn't seem to be enough. I am learning some on my own as well. I do have my own web site. I am divorced and need to find work within 6 months, but would like to find something sooner. I live on the Eastside in the Seattle area and would like to find something on the Eastside. I'm not good at networking with people. I have some social anxiety, but I'm friendly, can speak up when I need to and have pretty high emotional intelligence. I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked in the field for a few years before having kids, so tech is not new to me. This whole process of looking for a job is overwhelming and I'm sure once I get one, that will be overwhelming for a few weeks, before things settle down. I think I need a supportive work environment and reasonable deadlines. I read these job descriptions about multitasking and lots of pressure. Um, that doesn't sound good. I think I have a lot to offer. I guess it's just about finding the right position for me. How do I get someone to give me a chance?