Computers are becoming more powerful and powerful devices are becoming increasingly connected to everything.
And that’s making it hard for a computer science major to find a job that requires the skills he or she needs to get ahead.
But a growing number of people are looking for the same kind of skills to stay ahead in a field as technology becomes increasingly connected.
A recent survey by the Association for Computing Machinery found that more than a quarter of computer science majors at major research universities were looking for work in technology or science, with a similar share of those people looking for technical work.
There are a lot of people that are very passionate about their work, and a lot that are motivated to do it in a way that they think can help their career, said Michael Sohn, president of the Association of Computing Machineries.
He said a large number of those engineers are also computer scientists, and their research and engineering skills are often valuable to companies.
The jobs that require these kinds of skills are in computer networking and the kind of computing that we do.
And a lot is about having the right background and the right skill set, he said.
Computer science majors are becoming less and less of a niche.
That’s the trend that’s really driven by the internet, and the rise of mobile computing, Sohn said.
They are not being recruited to computer science anymore, he added.
But those who are interested in these jobs have a lot more than just a computer background to gain, he noted.
The Association for Computers & Science has been looking at this trend since the mid-2000s, and in the past five years, it’s seen a 50 percent drop in applications for computer science degrees, Sorrow said.
The numbers for computer scientists overall are up about 25 percent since the early 2000s.
Sohn said many students are moving away from computer science in favor of careers in technology and engineering.
“If you’re looking for a career, that’s probably not going to be a good one for you,” Sohn told The Associated Press.
“So you’re probably going to want to think about something else, which could be in the realm of information technology.”
But there are some opportunities in technology that can make a big difference for computer security, he explained.
In this age of encryption, which has made it possible for hackers to hack into computers, there’s a need for computer systems that can be hardened to stop the kinds of attacks that can lead to the loss of data, and to make sure that computers can’t be compromised in other ways.
The same can be said for security software, which can help prevent attacks.
People who are computer scientists are increasingly looking to these fields as an area of specialization, Sernoffsaid.
Computer security is just one of many areas where computer science can provide a good technical skill set to people in tech or science.
And so if you’re interested in the field, you might find that computer science is a good place to start, he told the AP.
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