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agadally

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My husband has recently decided to change career paths to computers. His initial interest was in game design; however, he is open to where there is a high demand in the job market.
Does anybody have any suggestions:


Where is the highest job demand?


Where is the best source for online training/degree programs?

What types of entry level work is out there to get started, perhaps while he receiving his training?


Are there any companies that would provide entry level employment and pay for training for advancement?


Thanks for any advise you can provide!
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anzenketh

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His initial interest was in game design; however, he is open to where there is a high demand in the job market.


I would say that this is a bad idea. He could go out and get a degree in computer science and game design. With that degree you can do more then just game design you can do programing. That way if he finds a job in game design then he can increase getting the chances of getting a job he wants because his degree is specialized in it.
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