How hard is it to find software development jobs?

I'm currently a rising second year, double majoring in math and computer science. I'm mostly looking to be a software developer. How hard would it be to find a job? I've been told that computer-related jobs are in high demand, but my parents have told me that it is difficult to find a job in computer science.

Asked By: Leon - 5/21/2013
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The jobs are out there, but they can be a bit difficult to find. The difficulty will depend on your location, how many companies develop software, or require a software developer. Networking is important with any career, no matter what it is, so definitely start focusing on that while you are still in school. Also... More
Answered By: KodeMunkey951 - 5/21/2013
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You may not be able to find specifically a software development job, but there are plenty of other similar things you can do. I originally wanted to find a development job, but I'm happy now as a systems analyst. It pays well and I still do plenty of programming.
Answered By: BillV - 5/21/2013
I have no CS degree, my BS is in Finance, however, I am a full-time developer at my company. I work for a non-dev company and am the sole designer/developer/engineer you name it, I'm doing it. It's been a great learning experience. I love it. I am in full control. I can do anything I want. And I'm not CS major. The... More
Answered By: Eric - 5/21/2013
Software developers are some of the most in-demand jobs in this information age. You won't find it hard to get a job after graduating. (For those looking to work in Singapore as an IT specialist, you can look at this site:
Answered By: CoolKat - 12/11/2013
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