Giving The Economy The Finger Just Got Easier For Struggling Computer Science Majors

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As The Employment Rate For Computer Programmers Drops, Computer Science Majors Are Having a Tougher Time Finding Employment After College, But One Man May Have a Solution.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of computer programmers will drop 3% by 2018. As the pool of programming jobs shrinks, college graduates will have to work even harder for the remaining development jobs, and the competition will only get more fierce over time due to increasingly poor economic conditions and companies outsourcing their development work to overseas developers.

Dave Haynes thinks he has a solution for the typical C.S. major. He has written a book called Shove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development Job with the goal of helping these struggling students and graduates start their professional software development careers. It’s part of a complete job resource kit that includes the book, interview simulation software, and a sample resume template.

“Many college students are looking for career guidance. I’m trying to provide a clear path for college students and graduates who want a software development career, regardless of the current economy. My book details how to be more efficient in your job search, how to make yourself more marketable, how to polish your resume, how to write cover letters, and ultimately how to prepare for and answer the tough technical interview questions,” says Haynes.

The book Shove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development Job and its associated interview simulation software can be purchased at for $29.95.

If you’d like more information about this topic, or wish to schedule an interview with Dave Haynes, please call 678-223-3566 and leave a message, or email Dave at info(at)shoveitfizzbuzz(dot)com.

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