Computing & Technology

Computing and technology related careers are some of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. Students interested in technical roles will need strong computer skills, but not everyone in these industries needs to know how to code. Google hires more staff in sales, marketing, and administration than they do in software development!

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    If you are looking to get your start in the tech world, you might consider tech-oriented majors like game design and development, data science, or math. However, the core business functions in tech are the same as in any other business. You can major, or select courses, in a wide range of areas like English, history, psychology, philosophy, or political science to gain the broad communication, research, and analytical skills to make yourself valuable in tech!


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