The importance of early exposure to STEM fields

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  • Abeille West Haven, UT
    Nov. 9, 2015 2:14 p.m.

    "According to Course Report, a company which provides information about the coding school industry, graduates who learned Python in boot camp, a programming language used to integrate tasks, earn around $80,000 a year in jobs such as full stack developers, compared to $38,000 for those who chose to get up to speed in Java during the camp and work as, for instance, software engineers or front-end developers. "

    I think you got that backward. I can't imagine a Java Developer ever accepting a job at $38,000/yr. Most are paid $70 - $110K a year DOE, even here in Utah. However, you might find someone who'd accept $38,000/yr who knows Python.