So, like many millennials, you studied computer science or a similar field in college…or you took computer classes to expand your skill set…or you are just really innately good at navigating the technological world we live in!
You don’t necessarily need to have the first two backgrounds to find a job in the technological world. I work for a software company and yet, I have no official computer science or coding background. I have learned everything I need to know for work while on the job.
So, here are some websites with software and computer jobs to help you look for those dream jobs (whether “for now” or “forever”)!
General job search sites that include software jobs:
Glassdoor includes employee reviews, salary tools, etc. as well as job postings.
Software job listings: 400,000-plus
Indeed Also featured in our list of Twitter accounts to follow, Indeed has over 100,000 jobs with new ones being posted every day! There is also an option to upload your resume and get emails with matching jobs.
Software job listings: 180,ooo-plus
Monster has an excellent section with career advice, in addition to the regular job searching tools.
Software job listings: 1,000-plus
It’s not just for those with jobs already — software or otherwise. It provides wonderful networking opportunities and job listings.
Software job listings: 390,000-plus
Local college bulletin boards
These can be physical or electronic. The software company I work for frequently posts openings to local boards.
The sites above list software jobs that aren’t as centered on formal computer skills, such as marketing, analysis (like what I do!), sales, etc.
The following sites are more startup and IT centric:
Dice has contract and permanent IT jobs. Over 80,000 of them at the moment!
Crunchboard has IT, startup and engineering jobs. They are the leading authority on startup culture. Pretty exciting!
TechCareers.com TechCareers is the most technical skills-heavy site on this list. They have lots of great jobs to browse and apply for.
I hope that this information helps you get that job you are looking for. For more information on tech jobs you can get without a degree, check out this article from Forbes.