Tech Industry Jobs
The technology industry has been growing in recent years, and recently it has continued to grow at an exponential rate. Jobs that I would be interested to have would be a web developer, software developer, or a video game designer. I have been aware of these jobs previously, however I was not aware about all the requirements for said career, until now. I mean I have thought about being a videogame developer, but software and web developing careers were previously unknown to me.
To start off, a web developer is the person that does everything with making a website. Making a website functional and attractive by the public, the design of a website, and everything in between is the job of a web developer. Although with an average of $63,000, this wouldn't be a frontrunning job for me. There's a sense of independence and fun to it, but I'm not interested in having to be a prestigious developer to have to make a large amount of money. If you were to be interested in it, a major in computer science would be your best bet to land a job in this department, then work up your way through ranks to reach higher and higher positions. And more sooner than later, jobs are to skyrocket in this sector.
Next,a job as a software developer has not caught my attention previously. A software developer have a wide arrange of technology under their belt. They're responsible for the innovation in everyday items, like the apps on your phone or things you see around your school or office. Now, software developers have an average salary of about $96,000. So this would be a promising job for someone interested in technology, but the innovation and creativity of an artist. If you would like to pursue career in this field, another degree (at least bachelor) in computer science is recommended. With a basic understanding of CS fundamentals. Most colleges or universities have a computer science program, so there's no specific area is needed.
Finally, I have always wanted to be a videogame designer. These people make the structure of a videogame, so you can bet that it's a sector growing now more than ever. They also pay well, with about $28.00 an hour, but videogame designers earn every penny they make. I would go to an art institute with a computer program until I earn at least a master's degree in the sector. A requirement would be an art degree, and a degree in computer science.