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    Advice on finding a job for a recent computer science graduate?

    I recently got my BS in computer science. I'm mostly experienced in Java and C#. I've done a little bit of work with python, C and C++ as well. I'm desperate to find any job that offers good experience. I don't really care about the money. What's the easiest way to look for jobs? Also, is Cracking the Coding Interview sufficient preparation for job interviews? Would practicing Leetcode be overkill since I'm not looking for a six figures job at some big tech company?
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    Unfortunately, as corrupt as they are I have to suggest FAANG Companies. The Big 5 Tech Companies

    Also, look into Scrum Master. Apparently, it's very lucrative and you can do it remotely. You already have the base in coding. You just need to look into certification and the required course. I'm certain there's a fee.
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    Originally Posted by OrbOddLaw View Post
    You just need to look into certification and the required course. I'm certain there's a fee.
    This would help OP. Find certs for your skillset and pay for it.

    Believe it or not many employees are retarded and disregard important things, but certs are always a plus wherever I have worked.

    For example, internships aren't considered real experience to a lot of employers because "it's not real work" even though my internships were more difficult than what I do now (and it paid a LOT less).

    Or if you have 10 years of retail experience, "it's not real work experience since office-work is too fast paced"

    But even though you study for a cert over the weekend and pass the exam on Monday, they think you are qualified. Go figure.

    Same with degrees. Many employees (especially in the San Diego area don't care about the degree you have, as long as you have one. The only place this wasn't true was where I had some Asian as my supervisor. Then they wanted all new hires to specifically have an accounting degree. I'm not sure if the reason for this is a White man thing or not, but it seems like it.

    This is how I ended up with music, management, and no degree people as my supervisors in my old jobs and for coworkers. One even had a political science degree. Now I am basically the only accountant where I work, so I get special treatment.
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