How To Become a Developer

According to Jobsite research, development is now the second most appealing career to teenagers aged 16-18. Although coding has only become an essential business function in the last decade, development roles now make up 30% of all UK jobs in IT[1].The job is vast and has a lot of different meanings in different businesses but, whatever they’re building, today’s developer must be a creative problem solver with an appetite to be constantly learning.

In response to our findings, Jobsite have evaluated over 25,000 developers in the UK database to show you what the career of a software developer really looks like from A Levels right through to Director.

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  1. I m master degree holder my education is MSc in economics and u give me a job nomarl please give me jobs and visa first of all u give me a visa then I get the jobs essayley

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