What are my chances of getting a high paying job if i double major in math and computer science?
What kind of jobs would be open to me once I graduate and how hard would it be to land a well paying entry level job in this field? How should I prepare while in school? (I am currently a sophomore)
Asked By: Saiila - 8/15/2007
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Usually when you start out after graduation you don't always end up with a big paying job but with a math major and computer science major it can help you get a decent paying job and you can work your way up. A friend of mine just graduated with that double major and now she works on Wallop's Island for NASA. She got... More
Answered By: Mathie - 8/16/2007
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Both fields can provide very lucrative career prospects. Be careful when working on a double major. You can get overloaded with homework and become overwhelmed. Your best bet is to get on fortune.com and look at the top paying jobs. If you find one that interests you, then look at the market for that position in... More
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