Computer Software Engineer
Computer Software Engineers have the benefit of working in a popular and expanding field. Software engineers derive the interpretations of a designer or manager into mathematical representations, resulting in a program that functions according to a system of mathematical laws (i.e. physics).
Along with programming the initial structure, they regulate design errors, and maintain and update the software as needed. The job is as much an art as a science since it requires creative problem solving to form complex mathematical systems. Software engineers are in demand anywhere from large corporations to small businesses. Many software engineers are also self-employed. Software engineers work with teams to see the work completed. They work with designers to see the visuals come to life and testers to fix errors. Often times, they’ll be approached with further additions and requests to add to the project as it progresses.