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>what do you do for work?
>how did you get into it?
>how much do you make?
>do you recommend?
>any tips for anyone wanting to get into your field?
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>>78823023
as if im telling you! biden's going to flood our field with H1Bs again

even the green carded immigrants will be denied employment
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>>78823057
Oh man wrong board budd. Pls go Back the containment board kid
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>>78823096
HECKIN WRONG BOARDERINO WE ONLY CONSOOM HERE
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>>78823023
Never went to a career fair in my life, I just thought about what I like to do and went at it.
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>what do you do for work?
code monkey
>how did you get into it?
applied online in my last year of cs degree
>how much do you make?
150 base, 15% bonus, ~40k stock
>do you recommend?
eh
>any tips for anyone wanting to get into your field?
be high iq and do a cs degree and you'll stumble into it with minimal effort
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>what do you do for work?
data engineer
>how did you get into it?
applied and interviewed
>how much do you make?
120k usd
>do you recommend?
yeah pretty chill
>any tips for anyone wanting to get into your field?
git gud, learn scala
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>>78823204
Go back.
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*takes free pens*

>what do you do for work?
compiler engineer
>how did you get into it?
career fair, applied, interviewed, onsite
>how much do you make?
120k-ish, forgot
>do you recommend?
If not knowing how something works causes you immense pain. Or if "the stuff is so low-level, if something breaks it's definitely your code" sounds like fun. Or if you really like programming
>any tips for anyone wanting to get into your field?
Do fun projects, and the learning will follow. Don't do soulless shit just for learning purposes (unless you're REALLY starting out, and even then you just need more creativity). Build things for yourself so you can see how they work, but remember it has to be at least sorta fun.
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>>78823320
Border wall's that way Paco.
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>>78823550
Atlantic Ocean is that way smith.
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>>78823294
How much IQ?
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>>78823096
Fuck off, that's a concern for us neet. Or maybe you're a pajeet
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>>78823023
>>what do you do for work?
chem eng
>>how did you get into it?
got an internship as a code monkey but they wanted to keep me and made me an offer
>>how much do you make?
100k swisses
>>do you recommend?
yeah, great place
>>any tips for anyone wanting to get into your field?
if you're quick in picking up skills and knowledge it doesn't matter what you did or do
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>neet
>applied for disability
>30k a year
>yes very easy life
>be disabled
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>Job
Cs monkey day job, am pro soccer referee side gig + occasional freelance work when opportunity arises

>how
code monkey by normal school route. soccer ref because i could tell at the academy i would never be more than a bench warmer, so i decided i'd go to the still try to go pro but as a ref.

>how much
$100-110kish all things combined

>recommend
Absolutely. Code monkey is cool i guess, pays nice. Fresh grad salary is $85k + 5k in a LCOL area. Soccer reffing is a blast.

>how to get in
go to school for cs. as for soccer, start at your local association. Graduate to the most politically powerful one in the metro, even if you have to drive. Ref well, get buddy buddy with coaches of best teams, and you will find yourself reffing championship. Do good job, and bam you got a referral to a state job, which means you can ref USL2.



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