I most certainly do not
You appear to have an intermediate knowlege of these subjects - better than beginner, but not expert. But I doubt if your skills are sufficient to make you stand out or be seen as competitive in the jobs market.
You also mentioned somewhere that you are 16. Although the young are said to know everything
, out there there are plenty of people twice your age and with 10 times your experience.
You must ask yourself - why should anyone hire you rather than them? Unless you can supply a convincing answer you perhaps need to rethink your objectives. I would try and build up my portfolio with work for your relatives or impoverished organisations such as churches, social clubs etc. Businesses will want to pay more and get more.
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You main selling point is your personal reputation, which of course is hard to build. In fact, it goes through 5 phases:-
1) Who is Max Hudson?
2) Get that guy Max Hudson to design this website for us.
3) I wonder if Max Hudson could possibly be prevailed upon to design this website for us?
4) Get me a younger Max Hudson.
5) Who is Max Hudson?