whitewashedblackguy said:I’m doing some research myself, and there’s two areas that seem to be booming. The first is digital marketing. Not too sure about details, but you’re basically doing something to help people make money, which will never be out of style.
The next area is cyber security. It’s a $120 billion dollar industry that’s only growing. This will require staying up to date with all the new threats that people like Kim K don’t want to deal with.
Big players with stacks in both fields. Stacks that they want to give to us for a job well done.
It seems like boot camps that offer full stack offer this too. Both are high in demand. These are the two I’m thinking of going into.
Both of those fields are wholly unrelated to what you'd be learning in a typical bootcamp. Cyber security is more on the DevOps side of things, and you don't get there until you have some more general experience in development/engineering. Why would a company put a recent bootcamp grad in charge of their security?
I used to be a digital marketer and while I used some programming in that, it's not the same field at all. You will have a lot more job opps that pay well in software engineering/web development than digital marketing. Digital marketing is overly competitive and a lot of people are doing it.
Every startup company now is trying to launch a tech product and they need engineers to build it. That's more what I do...