In this U.S. News & World Report article, reporter Ilana Kowarski explores the career options that computer science graduates have after leaving university.
Kowarski writes: "Contrary to what it may seem, the demand for computer scientists is not limited to positions in Silicon Valley technology companies [...]. Instead, the increasing use of technology throughout the business world means that companies in many industries are hiring grads of computer science programs."
Programming is a creative and fun endeavor – it’s the act of creation and problem solving. And unlike most other creative roles, demand for good programmers far outstrips supply; the opportunities are diverse and the financial rewards can be significant. The top tech firms in Silicon Valley routinely pay seven figures a year to new graduates, and even signing on bonuses that can immediately pay off all your student debt.
Greg Law, CTO at Undo
Read the full article on the U.S. News & World Report's website.