Are you in school? If so, you should focus on learning what you can there and do self-study by pet projects yourself like you're already doing.
If you are in school your #1 priority is to get a good internship, school will be meaningless after that for two reasons:
1. It gives you a foot in the door at a real company
2. What you learn there is infinitely more valuable than anything you're taught in a classroom
If you're not in school, and you're self-taught, look at vacancies in the area you want to work in and learn the most used tech stack. Then just start applying to junior positions.
Coding is like the easiest shit there is and the pay is disproportionately good. The hard part comes when you get responsibilities and you're involved in business decisions.