Any recommendations to get an entry level software engineer job?
Hi I am a recent graduate with Bachelors in Software Engineering. Are there any recommendations for getting an Entry level Software Engineer job? I do not have have professional experience, and notice that a lot of jobs are wanting that. Also if anyone knows of any good companies that would take an entry level person would be appreciated.
Asked By: Rochelle - 3/30/2011
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You could look on the job websites for contract work, where they pay you a fixed amount of money to do a one-time project. If you have trouble landing those gigs, you could offer to do one or two of them for no money, just to get work experience.
Answered By: Erik - 4/1/2011
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