Best of 2020: Rankings, Reviews, and Courses
Seattle's 300,000 tech jobs make it the third largest tech hub in the nation. Over a five-year period, the number of jobs in software development and applications increased 41% and computer programming jobs by 26%. The median annual salary for tech jobs is $106,252, among the highest in the country. The largest tech employers in the area are Microsoft, Amazon and Boeing, but there are hundreds of tech companies looking for talent. There's high demand for web developers, IT specialists, data scientists, and cloud architects. Coding bootcamps help fill Seattle's pressing need for tech talent. Data Science Dojo offers 5-day immersive data science courses, while top-ranked General Assembly offers immersive software engineering courses. Other popular bootcamps are Flatiron School, NuCamp, and Kal Academy, which focuses on tech skills for women.
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Looking for a school with specific qualities? We've awarded merit badges to schools in several key areas:
School offers fully online courses
School publishes a third-party verified outcomes report
School offers part-time and evening classes
School guarantees job placement