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Vykrald823yI would recommend taking a chance at a medium-sized (beyond startup) company that supports growth (traineeship). I'm currently working at such a company as a Python Django developer. I didn't know anything about Django before I started, but the company gave me the chance to learn it. You learn most in your daily working routine I think!
I have also worked at a few startups for a short time but I think they have a bit less backbone to support learning, if you know what I mean. But this is just my personal experience.