5 Reasons – Why You Should Become a Web Developer

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Are you looking for an education that leads to an exciting profession in a future industry? Then you should take a closer look at our web development bootcamp. 

 

Here are 5 Reasons - Why you should become a Web Developer

  1. Wide Industry with Many Professional Roles and Fields

As a web developer, you can look for careers in a wide range of fields. You can work in a variety of industries, including media and entertainment, technology, finance, and e-commerce, and more.

Web developers can work as front-end, back-end, full-stack, UI/UX, web architect, DevOps, or project managers, among other professional jobs, in their respective industries. Web developers will get the chance to use their expertise in a wide variety of situations and contribute greatly to a range of fields thanks to the diversity of industries.

  1. Well Paid

The IT industry is full of well-paid jobs, a web developer earns between 47,000 to 63,000 a month (Numbers taken from Indeed, Glassdoor). Variations can naturally occur in both directions.

  1. High Demand

The worldwide population of Web Developers is currently estimated to be 28.7 million by the end of 2024. This is a straight rise of 3.2 million in a span of 4 years. The amount of jobs are also increasing at a incredible rate.

  1. Constantly Developing

Technology is constantly evolving, and there are usually several solutions to the same problem, and no project is exactly like another. The job is therefore varied, fun, and challenging.  

  1. Short Education That Gives You Advantages

In the field of web development, there are several paths you can take to pursue your desired career. One option is pursuing university studies, where you follow a curriculum set by specific universities. Another choice is attending a boot camp, which has become popular for quickly acquiring technical skills, often sponsored by employers for their staff or by people that want to start a new career path entirely. Lastly, self-study, because web development doesn’t demand a degree, that being said, it requires intense focus and discipline, which can be challenging without proper guidance and evaluation.

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