Want a job? Want a career? For quite a while, my son-in-law, Lucas Weeks, has been saying Drupal is a good horse to ride. He's right.
All ClearNote sites were built with Drupal and son Joseph has been working with Lucas doing Drupal programming for several years. Understanding my bias, I don't hesitate to say that they're quite good.
Learning to code in Drupal is a lot cheaper than a college degree. Of course, you must be able to think logically and to work very hard. And of course, you must be able to resist the sins of the web. (TB)