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Career Opportunities for Computer Science Graduates

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Career opportunities for graduates of Computer Science and other related courses in IT are prevalent the last few years because of the fast advancement of technology. There are BPO companies everywhere, high-paying jobs in the IT industry, and a lot of perks that go along with it. So if you are just entering college and are wondering what course you could consider and would make a profitable career out of, taking a look at these different career opportunities for Computer Science graduates might be able to make up your mind.

Research Analysts. A lot of government organizations are powered and driven by research efforts, not to mention a large number of companies today. While it’s not a primary career path of Computer Science graduates, this is also an industry they could consider.

Career Opportunities for Computer Science Graduates Analyst

Software Developers. Software development might be a more familiar term for this career path, but nowadays, it takes a lot more to develop a software for you to really get ahead of everyone else. And while a degree in Computer Science is enough requirement by some software companies, you will want to learn additional skills to if you want to be in demand among the multinational software companies, and other industries like government institutions, health care, banking, and so on.

Career Opportunities for Computer Science Graduates Software


Computer Communications Specialists. The industry is always evolving and developing that’s why it’s very important to have individuals who understand how the system works and would be able to come up with new innovative solutions to business transactions.

Career Opportunities for Computer Science Graduates Comm


System and Security Administrators. For majority of businesses today, whether big or small, their operations revolve a lot around their networks of computers. And with the web of networks there are in a particular business comes the need to constantly monitor the system security and make sure that all systems and networks are working properly.

While these career opportunities have specific technical skills required of students, there are still other career opportunities out there that Computer Science graduates could take on. As a matter of fact, because their industry is constantly evolving and developing, one could expect to be able to penetrate more industries in the near future.


Here are other articles to help you out in starting your career:

1. Pros and Cons of Working for a Large Company
2. 4 Steps to Planning Your Career Successfully
3. January 2011 Job Fairs in the Philippines