Each year there are nearly nine times more open computing positions than there are newly graduated Computer Science majors to fill them.
Coding bootcamps try to help to fill the gap between C.S degrees and open computing jobs. But the question remains, which is better, a C.S. degree or a coding bootcamp?
Coding Bootcamp vs Computer Science Degree Infographic by WhatsTheHost
WhatsTheHost shows in their infographic, “Coding Bootcamps vs Computer Science Degree,” some of the different outcomes between attending a coding bootcamp and getting a C.S. degree.
Take a look to see some of the most noteworthy differences that an aspiring programmer should consider when deciding between a coding bootcamp and a Bachelor’s degree in computer science:
- Computer & IT Projected Job Growth 2016-2026: Bureau of Labor Statistics
- 2016 Coding Bootcamp Job Placement & Demographic Stats: Course Report
- 2018 Student Loan Statistics: Student Loan Hero
- Guide to Coding Bootcamp Loans & Financing: Course Report
- These are the People who Graduate from Coding Bootcamp: Wired
- Which College Majors have the Highest and Lowest Unemployment Rates?: Straighter Line
- 2017 Starting Salaries for New College Graduates: Nace Salary Survey
- More Women and Minorities are Signing up for Coding Schools: Tech Times
- What do Employers Think about Coding Bootcamp Graduates?: Indeed