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Computer Science Careers

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Computer Science Careers By: Mirac Morant
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
- Eleanor Roosevelt Computer and Information Research Scientists Computer & Information Research Scientists innovate & design technology

Computer & Information Research Scientists publish their findings in academic journals

Analyze their experiment results

They study & find solutions to complex problems Schools Offering Programs for this Occupation There are countless amounts of schools offering Computer & Information Research Courses Include: York University

Waterloo University

University of Toronto Admission Requirements Most computer and information research scientists need a Ph.D. in computer science or a subject in relation.

Students spend the first two years in a Ph.D. program taking a range of computer science classes. Salary Possibilities The Computer Information Research Scientist Career is very financially rewarding. The median salary: $100,660

Hourly Wage: $48.39

The top 10 percent of Computer Information Research Scientists earned $153,120 The Career Potential The potential of Computer & Information Research Scientists is looking very promising. Estimated Growth: 19% (About as fast as average) Transportation Engineer Design runways for planes to accommodate different types of aircraft's

Perform traffic simulations to see if traffic can move smoothly

Develop systems of crosswalks in urban centers Schools Offering Programs for this Occupation A Civil Engineering background is a mandatory prerequisite to become a Transportation Engineer. These are a list of schools in Ontario offering this program: University of Toronto

University of McMaster

University of Western Ontario Admission Requirements This field is competitive so the requirements are quite extensive, They include:
Percent who received an entering average of 95+ - 8.3%

Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94% - 25.0%

Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89% - 31.9%

Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84% - 25.4%

Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79% - 8.6%

Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74% - 0.8%

Percent who received an entering average below 70% - 0.0%

Overall Average - 87.0% Mid 70s to low 80s - The University of Toronto Engineering Average Credentials for an Occupation in this Field Transportation Engineers must have a bachelor's degree in civil engineering for entry-level positions


Nearly half of the working class of Transportation Engineers hold a Master's Degree or, a PhD Salary Possibilities Do the competitiveness to get into the field the career is very financially rewarding, here are some of the salary facts: Median Salary:$ 77,890 (bachelors only)

Median Salary: $99,796 (Master's Degree) The Career Potential There is a lot of career potential in Transportational Engineering with the constant fluctuation of world population, transportation is key in daily function. Growth Percentage 2010-2020: 14% to 20%

Expanding Engineering Teaching Positions Network and Computer Systems Administrators Are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks

Organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems, including LANs, WANs, network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems

Train users on the proper use of hardware and software when necessary Schools Offering Programs Related to this Occupation University of Toronto

University of Waterloo

University of Laurier There are countless amounts of schools offering Computer & Information Research Courses Include: Admission Requirements Mid 70s to low 80s A bachelor’s degree in fields related to computer or information science is common

Degree in computer engineering, or electrical engineering is also looked upon highly when applying for this position Salary Possibilities The Median Pay: $69,160 per year


Lowest 10 percent earned less than : $42,400


Top 10 percent earned more than: $108,090


The Median Pay:$33.25 per hour Career Potential This career is looking very promising for the future, here are some of future stats: Job Outlook 2010-2020: 28% Essential Skills For a job of this caliber it requires many skills, this is a list of a few: Analytic Skills

Computer Skills

Communication Skills

Problem-Solving Skills Essential Skills Advanced Math Skills

Logical Thinking

Critical-Thinking Skills

Detail Orientated Essential Skills Effective Written and Verbal Skills

Creativity

Problem Solving Skills

Teamwork Skills The End Thank You!
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