In a more constructive way, i would suggest studying .Net or other in-demand programming language. Try The Odin Project - I’ve heard their free online course is excellent. Learn in your own time, then build up a portfolio of your own apps. Then apply for junior software dev roles.
In the tech world, experience is key. Good managers would prefer a hire that had pure experience and could show apps that they’ve built or contributed to, than a computer science degree with no portfolio. There are alot of people with Certificates, but no real world experience.
RPA is best as low-code and if you need to use code for RPA, then you’re basically building an application.
Best of luck!