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Can I get a job in the IT field with only a minor in computer science?

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Old 06-30-2009, 03:18 AM
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Default Can I get a job in the IT field with only a minor in computer science?



I am graduating in a couple months. I have a bachelors in math and three minors: biology, chemistry, and computer science. I have a great GPA and I just happened to discover CS late in my degree or I would have pursued it as my major.

I am planning on attending grad school but not for a couple years. I am pretty dismayed with the job situation and just curious if anyone knows about job prospects for people in IT field with degrees like mine.

Can straight math majors get hired?

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Now a days more jobs are available in IT and computing industry. They are provide a good career. You can get a good job in IT industry. It depends on your graduation or your knowledge in computer. To get a good job in computing please visit this site cloudjobs.net they are the NO.1 online source for jobs in cloud computing and software as a services. They are specialized in matching the job seekers and the job providers. I got a good job in the computing field with the help of them.
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sure you can. there are people in this industry that dont even have a CS or computer engineer degree.
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It's good to know about your qualification. Have you heard about one of the best jobs site cloudjobs.net. They are the best online source for the job seekers in the computing field and more helpful for the Job seekers in finding their perfect career. I got a good job in the computing Industry by them. I hope this site will be more helpful for you to find a good job.
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