I am currently a student looking to enhance my resume.
I already know how to use AutoCAD (and a bit of AutoCAD Civil 3D and wondering if i should continue with Civil), but seeing how there are more versions offered within the AutoCAD line, I am curious to find out if there are other AutoCAD programs employers like to have potential entry level employees know besides the stand-alone AutoCad.
Secondly, I I have read posts suggesting to learn Adobe Photoshop. Is Photoshop similar to Autodesk 3ds Max Design or Adobe Illustrator? I am unfamiliar with all three softwares, but can someone advise me on whether i should just stick to one software or not? and what should these softwares be?
I dont have a specific field of planning that i plan to go into as a career, so i am trying to be as flexible as possible for the future.
Thanks for any help!