- You should know the core language. …
- You should understand async code. …
- You should get comfortable with at least one set of developer tools. …
- You should be comfortable with basic design tasks. …
- You should have a basic understanding of networking and HTTP-based APIs.
Basically, yes, if you know JS and whatever framework the company you’re applying to uses, you can get a job, but if it’s your first job they might expect to give you a decent amount of hands-on training for the first 3-6 months or so.