I am just started to study the kanji ,my aim is to have skills like reading listening speaking upto jlpt n3 level so that I can search for jobs in Japan from my country.i have read articles stressing the importance of learning kanji early as a beginner.
But after reading this one article it starts to shake my foundation. I.e learning kanji as a beginner
They stressed about the problems that we will face learning all the kanjis in isolation,like the kanji meaning will differ in context ,learning Compound kanji and words etc…
My aim is not to study Japanese level,I am trying to study Japanese at a level where I should be comfortable in talking to people.
My question is
If the above article holds true then what’s the purpose of putting all our efforts and studying kanji meaning individually ,we call learn things via context and compound kanji and words right?
I am little worried and confused as a beginner can someone clarify me