What is a computer scientist? If you’re like most people, you probably assume they’re all computer geeks with coke-bottle glasses who stare at endless lines of code all day. In reality, however, most jobs available to CS majors involve no programming at all.
This article presents five non-programming jobs that your CS degree will get you.
Analysts predict that there will soon be over one million jobs available to software developers. But due to the ever-widening skills gap, a vast major of these positions will go unfilled. Companies of all sizes are expected to be impacted by the talent shortage in some form or another.
Looking to find even a slight edge over competitors, forward-thinking organizations are now totally rethinking how they recruit, hire, and retain tech employees. Titled “Rethinking Strategies for Filling your Talent Gap,” this article explains why we believe upskilling, diversity, and onshore outsourcing can prove lucrative as you look to fill your company’s tech positions.