Governments and curriculum creators are finally realising that learning how to code is becoming increasingly important in preparing students for the modern workforce. Between French lessons and maths classes, young Australians will soon be learning how to structure websites and develop basic mobile applications.
This early exposure will hopefully encourage more students to pursue further education in computer science and other specialised programming courses. As industries viewed as traditional and slow to change start to adapt to a digital way of doing business, the demand for great developers and computer programmers will continue to grow exponentially.
Here at Gridstone, we’re acutely aware of the shortage in skilled app developers. Our expanding company cannot hire enough developers to keep up with all the awesome projects coming our way. Great problem to have, we know.
Thinking about taking the plunge into a programming career? Here are some facts and figures to help your decision-making process.
Already skilled up in development and looking for a great place to put your talent to good use? Get in touch today!
Salary and gender information gathered from payscale.com.
Job prospects, employment type and skills taken from http://joboutlook.gov.au/
University information from https://universityreviews.com.au
Famous graudate information from topuniversities.com