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Technically, yes. But I would suggest to begin networking and gaining some real world experience by either doing some freelancing with local businesses or contributing to open source.
They aren't requirements but will show some real world skills that will differentiate you from other applicants.
Keep practicing and learn React as you said and you'll get there.
I agree on the opinion, that having a job will help you to get more experience. Everybody has to start somewhere and depending on what a company is looking for, they do not expect you to be an expert at the beginning, but being motivated to learn.
Thanks for comment.👍
As a rule of thumb: If you can
About the requirements: Keep in mind those are often posted and processed by HR Those run by technies usually stand out and focus on a particular skill. Not a 1-person IT department.
And you'll learn a lot on the job. Till then, look for a possibility to get your hands dirty. Doesn't really matter if freelancing, a hackathon or open source.