What jobs can I get with a computer science degree?

I would like to know if I can get jobs like computer programming, or networking... Also please give me details on the job outlook in the future and how it's like in a daily life of a computer scientist. Thanks a lot!

Asked By: Raphael R - 3/10/2009
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My boyfriend graduated with a computer science degree last year. He had no problem finding a job because there is such a high demand for programmers. Many people with a computer science degree become software developers. You can work for companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Microsoft, etc. You can also work at games... More
Answered By: Mel - 3/13/2009
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Let put this way....Windows 7 won't be the last operating system that Mircosoft offers. If you like hitting the computer to work then this is the right field.
Answered By: sparkles - 3/10/2009
For your reference I am forwarding you the website link that will give you information about the degrees, scope of degrees and careers of Computer Science Degree holders. The link is
Answered By: Anna A - 3/11/2009
hi, demand of computer science engg. increase day by day. you can work in almost all fields. you can go for software development, networking, testing, maintenance and so more fields. you can search jobs related to computer science on various sites on web.
Answered By: imfree - 3/12/2009
Computer Programming looks like it will remain the premier IT job area. This makes a Computer Science (CS) Bachelor’s (4 year) Degree one of the premier IT degrees to have. Although the actual courses will vary from college to college, this major will usually have a primary focus on Programming and include advanced... More
Answered By: Richard L - 12/23/2013
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