I am 22 and I just got a job in a large financial institution as a penetration tester. I got the job passing practical tests and an interview with my current colleagues. This is my first serious pentesting job.
I have been here for a month and I have only found a couple of cross-site scriptings and CSRFs (in one case they led to RCE, but still XSS). Those were vulnerabilities after all and they were fixed, so I produced something, but I feel like I am severely underperforming and my manager isn't happy with me, when my colleagues are pulling out RCE after RCE.
I feel really bad about this and I am trying to learn and absorb as much as I can, but it's never enough. I don't want to talk about this with my colleagues because I fear that I will look even dumber.
Everyone here is so knowledgeable and skilled and I am starting to think that I only got this job because the team lacked the budget to hire someone better than me.
Should I just give up and get a job better fitted to a junior, maybe in system administration or development?