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pyro 214 11Feb2007 06:03

Job - General Information
 
Im queit new to programming, and currently taking my first year engineering at a college.
During engineering i had to take a programming course and i like it quiet a bit, so im looking at getting a degree in a programming related field.

No clue what i should transfer into next year (im willing to take up to 8 years of school):
software engineering or programming?

initially i thought programmers didnt make much over 40k a year, so the only way to achieve a paycheck of 60k+ a year (what id like to have) was only possible as a software engineer (and i already have 1st year engineering under my belt). Im also wondering what the working conditions for each job is like. I tried looking on the internet for some answers but i could never get a straight answer, so i thought i would come to the people who knew what they were talking about ;)



So my main questions are (C++ programmer Vs. software engineer...in general):

-what would the average income of a C++ programmer and software engineer be after having a degree in there specified field as well as co-op jobs along the way.

-how hard is it to get a job between the two?

-how stable are the jobs ?

any other advice would be greatly appreciated :)

shabbir 11Feb2007 09:04

Re: Job - General Information
 
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Originally Posted by pyro 214
-what would the average income of a C++ programmer and software engineer be after having a degree in there specified field as well as co-op jobs along the way.

I would go for what I would love to be doing and so I would go for C++ jobs and not opting for the Sal factor to start with as that could lead to a situation where I may not enjoy.
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Originally Posted by pyro 214
-how hard is it to get a job between the two?

If you know the thing its not that difficult
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Originally Posted by pyro 214
-how stable are the jobs ?

That can be answered when it comes to industry going down. Still the movement is upward.

akumcp 14Feb2007 20:15

Re: Job - General Information
 
hello sir
i have complete ccna traning and mcp w2k passsed and good work exp. in hardware fild so sugees me about it job
tnx


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