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Is the computer science job market going to continue to grow or is there a surplus of people studying computer science and taking most of the future jobs? #computer-science


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Eric’s Answer

Hi Ivan,

Computer Science is a great field to get into and I don't believe the jobs will run out over the year. Every aspect of our world and society depends on smart people writing code and developing programs that make technology work better. Whether it is Artificial Intelligence, Self driving cars, flying to the moon, and virtual reality. All of these amazing technologies are dependent on software and computer engineers writing code. Another great motivation for computer scientists is they usually have higher salaries and have a great long term career.

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Eric

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Hi Ivan,

Computer Science is a great field to get into and I don't believe the jobs will run out over the year. Every aspect of our world and society depends on smart people writing code and developing programs that make technology work better. Whether it is Artificial Intelligence, Self driving cars, flying to the moon, and virtual reality. All of these amazing technologies are dependent on software and computer engineers writing code. Another great motivation for computer scientists is they usually have higher salaries and have a great long term career.

Hope this helps!

Eric

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Jeff’s Answer

Hi Ivan,

Good question! I will ask a question of you. How dependent are we on technology? Do you think that will increase or decrease?

If you think about it, we have become completely dependent on technology in every aspect of our lives. It has exploded over the last few decades. I truly believe that we will only become more dependent. There are so many new areas, AI, IoT, cloud, etc. The key is to focus on an upcoming area. You wouldn't want to focus on COBOL or Fortran (both pretty obsolete programming languages.) The other bit of advice is to remain flexible and current your entire career. Tech is a very fast moving field so you need to stay relevant.

Best of luck!

Jeff

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