High school graduates are swamped by career counseling and entry-level opportunities ready to welcome their 4-year computer science degree with open arms. But if it’s true as Blink-182 once said, nobody likes you when you’re 22, what happens when you’re burning out a decade later in the career you thought you’d never get tired of?
Many immigrants end up driving for ride-sharing companies, working low-paying jobs in health services and performing other physical tasks — even when they have computer skills from their home countries or U.S. tech programs. So Ali has been reaching out to Latino, African American, East African and Muslim community and religious organizations to find students eager to transition to tech careers.
Java has been the king of the Android world for years. The open-source programming language is giving Kotlin a run for its money.
The average salary for a Java Developer in the U.S. sits at a healthy $100,758. Java offers you career flexibility to ensure you can bring in that good salary over the long haul.