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What career is related to coding?

I like computer science because I've always wanted to know how to code websites etc. #coding

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Harshad’s Answer

Coding jobs are in demand, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that computer and information technology employment will grow 11% between 2019 and 2029, which is much faster than the average projected growth rate across all occupations (4%). Some specific coding areas have an even higher projected growth rate, such as software development, which the BLS projects will grow 22% in that same period.

Programmers need an arsenal of skills to find success in their computer coding jobs, including mastery of front-end and back-end languages, tools, and frameworks. Entry-level coding jobs also include positions that focus on just the front-end or back-end of a website, or on mobile application development. Regardless of their technical specialization, all coders need strong problem-solving skills, analytical ability, patience, and the ability to work well on a team and communicate clearly.

Coding isn't just used for programming mobile apps and websites. A variety of other professionals also code, including data analysts and data scientists, software engineers, and database and systems administrators. Read on to learn about some of the most common computer coding jobs, including entry-level coding jobs and remote coding jobs.
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Kevin’s Answer

I would encourage you to explore coding through an accessible coding website like codecademy.com, which allows you to begin to become familiar and see if you enjoy coding.
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Lupita’s Answer

If you like creating websites you can explore

- Web Designer
- Frontend Engineer
- Fullstack Engineer
- Javascript Engineer
- Mobile /IOS Engineer

I added mobile development because it's also another awesome career to consider. If you like data and numbers you could also look into data science!
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Leo’s Answer

If you're asking about what courses to study in College/University, then any career with "Software" or "Computer" in its name should involve coding. Software Engineering or Computer Engineering, for instance. You should also look at the curricula of each career and make sure they list things like "Data Structures", "Computer Science", "Programming".

If you're asking what jobs involve coding, then look for job postings and check the requirements. Employers will often explicitly mention "Coding" or coding languages, like C/C++, Java, Python, etc. You mentioned websites, so you'll probably want to look for job postings that include languages that are specific to that area, like HTML, Javascript, etc.
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Darshan’s Answer


I would suggest that you try out a few technologies and see how you like them.

- Since you mentioned your interest in developing websites
You can build expertise in HTML, CSS , JavaScript and explore few areas like
Web Design, Fullstack Development
There are lot of free websites to learn these things and see if that's really what you want to do.

- Learn to write an app for Android or Apple. Doesn't matter what it does, just to explore if it interests you.
- With simple language such as Python experiment with writing a program to do something with data.
Data Science is really in big demand.
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