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Computer science students are suddenly being faced with a shrinking big tech job market. 

Dec 09 2022

Computer science students are suddenly being faced with a shrinking big tech job market. Students who have been working hard for years to work for some of the largest tech companies are suddenly left out of what was once a super promising field with opportunities for growth. According to the Computing Research Association, “the number of undergraduates majoring in [computer science] more than tripled from 2011 to 2021, to nearly 136,000 students” all thanks to the promise of high salaries, perks like free food, and encouragement on social media. YPulse research shows that YouTube, PayPal, Amazon, and Google are the top four brands Gen Z says they want to work for; but some of them, including Amazon and Google, along with Twitter, Meta, Pinterest, and more, have been laying off employees in mass numbers. Recent graduates who have just entered the workforce for tech jobs they’ve worked tirelessly for are some of the thousands who are being laid off—and they’re feeling extremely discouraged. (NYT)