After I graduate college, what type of specialized computer training pays 6 figures over time?

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After I graduate college, what type of specialized computer training pays 6 figures over time?

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I’m going to graduate college next semester in criminal justice although I really don’t want a job in that field but haven’t ruled it out.

From your experience what type of specialized training courses can I pay for and after completion which courses offer great job earnings and openings?

I know when my step-dad started out he did a lot of SAP and bank coding crap, now that he has 25+ years experience he gets jobs working from home making 150k plus.

What type of training do I need to be able to have this earning potential over time? I’m will to dedicate myself and I assume I’ll need to learn some obscure programs to make my knowledge valuable and will not have a lot of competition?

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Answer by Fowler Fan
I think the first point is you have to be good at it. There are people who make 6 figures in nuclear physics … but I sure as heck couldn’t do it, and if I could, wouldn’t be good at it.

Just like developers. I know developers who make 6 figures in their thirties. However, I know a lot of developers in their thirties who don’t make 6 figures, and they never will. They’re not that good at it.

So, my answer is ‘developer’ … but you should be good at it. It doesn’t even have to be in an obscure language … could be C#, C++, PHP, etc.

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