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Business Development Executive

A business development executive is responsible for researching and pursuing new business leads for the growth of the business.

Designer

Prepares work to be accomplished by gathering information and materials. Plans concept by studying information and materials.

Digital Marketing Expert

The Digital Marketing Specialist’s role is to design, create, and deliver marketing programs to support the expansion and growth of the company's services and products.

Human Resource Exceutive

Designing compensation and benefits packages. Implementing performance review procedures Developing fair HR policies and ensuring employees understand and comply with them.

Web Developer

A Web Developer is responsible for the coding, design and layout of a website according to a company's specifications.

WordPress Developer

WordPress Developer at our company, you will be responsible for both back-end and front-end development, including creating WordPress themes and plugins.

Careers

Graduates in search of computer science careers can take advantage of a growing field, with abundant choices and an array of potentially lucrative opportunities.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), demand for computer and information technology occupations will leap significantly from 2018 to 2028. Techwink Services projects a 12% job growth rate in the field during that time period, a significantly faster rate than the national average for all occupations. Some jobs, such as computer and information research scientists, boast even higher projected increases.

Computer science job opportunities vary depending on the degree each graduate obtains. Students with an associate degree often pursue roles as computer support specialists or web developers. A bachelor’s degree opens the door to many more computer science career possibilities, including software development, database administration, and computer programming. Employers typically expect computer and information research scientists to hold a master’s degree at a minimum.