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Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Future-proof your career with a PhD in computer science from UT Dallas | Computer science - Study International News

Computer science experts are in high demand as technologies advance at breakneck speed by

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The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the employment of computer and information technology occupations to grow 12 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. Experts also believe demand for educators in the field will 
also increase, calling for more PhD holders in computer science and software engineering.

It’s no secret that computer science and software engineering PhD holders today are enjoying greater employment prospects. Opportunities are ample, ranging from working in research and product development divisions of companies such as Google, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and Amazon, to becoming a faculty member at a University, to working for or creating your own technology startup. Higher-level positions at companies are also becoming more accessible to computer science and software engineering PhD graduates too, as it is common for employers to reserve their top-ranking positions for doctoral degree holders.

How can Bachelor and Master graduates in computer science, software engineering, and related fields capitalize on these opportunities?...

Producing highly accomplished computer science PhD graduates 
UT Dallas graduates are known for their high placement rates. Many of their computer science and software engineering PhD graduates have gone on to find jobs in top-tier universities, research facilities, government agencies and prestigious companies, such as Adobe, Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Bank of America, among others.

One such graduate is Dr. Ashkan Yousefpour, who currently is a Visiting Researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, working in the Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR) Lab. In 2020, he will join Facebook as a Research Scientist in Menlo Park, California.

Source: Study International News