What jobs can i get if i major computer science?

Im kind of undecided on what i want to major in in college and im already a junior in high school. Can you guys inform me on jobs i can look for after i graduate. i just want "fun" job with something to do with computers. i was thinking about business but i dont want to be stuck in a office and have meetings becase i suck in literature/reading

Asked By: mr man - 1/21/2007
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A Business Systems Administrator (still stuck in an office), Business Systems Analyst, Data Systems Manager, Computer Programmer, etc. Unless you are a Computer Technician (which usually makes less money), You stand no lesser chance of being in an office than you do with a Business Degree. It is what you make of it... More
Answered By: CC - 1/21/2007
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Computer Engineer, programmer, graphics designer etc..
Answered By: Harvard Grad - 1/21/2007
computer graphics, game design, if you've ever seen the movie Grandmas Boy you will know why these are fun jobs
Answered By: chince - 1/21/2007
Hi u can become a computer technician.You can get to explore the inside of a computer or u can become a trained computer person.You can teach Information Technology.I hopes these help you.
Answered By: tulips_taurus2000 - 1/21/2007
If you really want to have fun, you must first earn it. You need to do things most people (like you) don't want to do because it requires efforts... More
Answered By: Tia T - 1/21/2007
hi, I was going to major in computer science, but decided against it. My bfs mom is a computer programmer and studied computer science and the people she works with, are all losing their jobs as their jobs are getting offshored to India, etc. She worked at CSC...she as a result had to find a new job. She has not... More
Answered By: Amanda C - 1/21/2007
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