Quick Word on Jobs

Quick Word on Jobs

I picked code up in part to get a better paying job than anything on offer in the arts. Now I have Python, Flask, and SQL with me. However, after going through job sites for a few days, I’ve discovered that most jobs are for front end developers with HTML5, CSS, and Javascript.

There is a lot of demand for Javascript using AngularJS, React, NodeJS, etc. So, the fastest way to get a job is to pick up front end web dev/design skills.

If you stick with Python and want to do some back end work, you’ll need Django, and NoSQL, typically MongoDB. Not Flask. Exceedingly few hiring companies use Flask.

Ruby on Rails appears quite a bit too. Also a lot of demand for UI/UX. But that floats into a more distant skill set.

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One thought on “Quick Word on Jobs

  1. If you do a quick search on the job sites you’ll notice that there is high demand for Java web developers with a Spring/Hibernate background. We always have trouble finding good recruits.

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