A fresh graduate may be looking over and again for a new job and especially may not understand how to get a programming job
This is a typical question coming from people who are not in the levels of school but mainly from people who are already working and are wishing to switch from another industry to language programming and they are the same people experiencing difficulty as they lack experience.
Fortunately, there is good news that nowadays learning programming is possible with the help of computer tutorials, learning materials and practice. Remember that merely being a graduate does not assure you a job.
Degree is not any job assurance
Degree acquiring is important, but no degree assures you a fantastic job. There is a need to excel in the exams with good colors and if you are from prestigious schools, the degrees speak about you and you may get into a right job. Yet there is a need for good knowledge and experience.
The reasons are many:
- Degrees are specific and very broad
- there are many graduating at one time and have same degree leading to competition
- degrees varying influence is based on that you get from
- a degree does not confirm a job or assure you will be an excellent employee
Thus before becoming over confident, it is best to learn about the salaries now and that the companies expect from their employees. Getting degrees alone is insufficient. There is a need for good experience or internship that can work as an experience to get a job.
Experience, means doing a job
This is the only way to leverage your level and acquire a better job. You can attend lectures, study in school, receive assignments, and take tests and quizzes, until you are sure that everything is important as a valuable paper. You must work on hobbies joyfully, play video games, hang with friends and do all that you enjoy.
Yet there is a time that must be spent beyond the regular activities if you want to be a programmer and that is practicing on language programming.
Creating side projects
It is not necessary that you earn lots, but creating side projects is an adept way of learning new programming skills. This helps you improve drastically and you can settle for a better job. Even if the projects are to do apps, or simple applications, it is alright to give a trial shot.