There are plenty of Computer Science jobs available in the market based on your skills and qualification. The booming software field has created a variety of job opportunities. There are various fields IT aspirants can work in departments like design, testing etc.
Following are some of the options for a career after computer science engineering:
|Job Title||Required Skills|
|Business Intelligence Analyst||
|Data Warehouse Developer||
|Information Security Analyst||
|Mobile App Developer||
|Network Security Engineer||
|Full Stack Developer||
|Technical Content Engineer||
* – many more …
There are two types of domains companies are working. They are:
- Product based companies –
These focus on making their products better, e.g., Amazon, Flipkart, Microsoft etc. For better growth opportunities in future, then one must get into product based companies rather than service based companies because product based companies hire for people with skills and they have better career opportunities. Skills required for product based companies are:
- Good coding skills
- Reasoning skills
- Work on projects and showcase your skills over the domain.
- Service based companies –
These focus on working on these products and help provide service to the clients, e.g., Wipro, TCS, Cognizant etc.
In Government sector, the future scope is more and some of the job opportunities are:
- ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization)
- DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization)
- BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
Computer science engineers can get jobs in non-IT companies like,
- Private and public industries,
- Government departments,
- Business organizations
- Commercial organizations
- Manufacturing sector, etc.
Be Your Own Boss – Entrepreneurship:
Starting off your own business is also a great option after completing your B.Tech. This option lets you have the freedom to express your creativity and ideas. There will be frequent challenges, ups and downs to overcome. Starting your own business will require a lot of hard work.Check the pros and cons before you choose this option.
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