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Default What is a typical career path and salary for someone with a Computer Science degree?



Hi, I will be graduating next year, with a degree in computer science, and I have done a placement year with a technology consultancy company.

What would a typical career path be for someone in my postition? What average salary does each level offer?

Prefereably salary in UK, but if you know of anywhere else in the world that would be helpful too.

Thanks!
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