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Survey: Most Coding Boot Camp Graduates Find Good Jobs

Wednesday Aug 6th 2014 by Developer.com Staff

On average, graduates make 44 percent more than they did at their old jobs.

In recent years, a huge number of coding boot camps have cropped up, but do these short, intensive courses actually help graduates find jobs?

A new report says "yes." In its 2014 Programming Bootcamp Graduate Survey, Course Report found that 75 percent of boot camp graduates had a full-time job that used the skills they learned. On average, their new jobs paid 44 percent more than their old ones—about $25,000 more.

Still, the cost for a boot camp is significant: students paid an average of $10,000 in tuition.

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