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is computer coding is rare job

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Jasanpreet Kaur’s Answer

Computer coding is one of the highest-paid jobs. There are several languages you need to go with the trend and learn with time to match up the requirement. As of now go with the flow!

The subjects which you have opted for are perfect.

Keep going and keep rising!

All the best!

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Bri’s Answer

Coding is a good career because there is opportunity and it’s well-paid. There are about 1 million unfilled It jobs in the US but because about 1% of the population can code. Tech- related jobs in the US have increase by 200K every year since 2010. The opportunities are emerging across a wide range of industries. Coding can also be a rewarding career given its impact on the everyday world, and can be fun for those with interests in a wide-ranging list of topics. Also, an Full stack developer average base salary of $94,164 annually, and requires a diverse coding skillset. Some coding careers: Software Engineer, Augmented Reality & Virtual World Creator, Autonomous & Electrical Car Engineers,
Development operations engineer, Electrical engineer, Java developer, Data scientist, IT Security Specialist, Data Engineer, Cloud Engineer, or IT technician.
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Jake’s Answer

Computer science is becoming less and less rare every year. It is a skill that is in very high demand and is continuing to grow.

It is great that you are thinking about coding at such a young age. If your school offers a computer science class then you should enroll soon in order to discover if it is something you would like to do in life. Some people enjoy coding more than others and it is difficult to tell until you try. If you cannot enroll in a computer science course at your school then you could also take one of many online courses. Some online platforms that I learned coding through are DataCamp, Udemy, and CodeAcademy (although there are many others).
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Jemima A.’s Answer

Computer coding is a high demand skill across various industries globally. It even became the most sought after since the pandemic period made things more digitalized.

Continue with your mathematics,
learn programming from short online courses or friends that you know is good at it, get involved in problem-solving situations and do more of critical thinking.

The job opportunities for coders are much and only very skilled persons are assets.
Examples are Software application developer, Computer systems engineer or analyst, Database administrator, Web developer etc.
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Simeon’s Answer

Computer coding is becoming a relevant skill for all fields of study and industries. Honestly, most jobs that you will get these days will be supported by software affected by coding in one manner or another. Plus, jobs that use coding are some of the fastest growing fields. If you have an interest in coding, I recommend you go for it!
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Kathy’s Answer

Computer science is not a rare major, but a job in coding and technology can make you a lot of money.

It is a growing and booming industry, so you should definitely look into it!
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Rebecca’s Answer

Computer coding is not an rare job indeed. The apps on phones / tablets, web pages, etc. requires coding to define the logic. There are many different kinds of software developers who code on all of these different software.

You may have Technology and Information Technology in your school. Usually, developers come from Computer Science major in the university. They have may science and mathematics background in their secondary school.

If you want to become a developer, work hard on the science and mathematics subjects.

Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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