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StaffCo
(402) 727-8336
415 N Main St
Fremont, NE

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StaffCo
(402) 727-8336
415 N Main St
Fremont, NE

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GoldStar Global
(402) 443-5184
PO Box 6147
Omaha, NE
Main Industries / Positions
Information Technology, Engineering, Finance

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Aureus Group
(402) 891-6900
11825 Q Street
Omaha, NE
Main Industries / Positions
Admin & Clerical, Information Technology, Executive

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STAFFCO, INC.
(402) 562-7823
2336 23rd St Ste 1
Columbus, NE
Type of Service
temporary, long-term, temporary/part time, part time, payroll

Advance Services
(402) 727-5600
2155 E 23 Ave S
Fremont, NE

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Advance Services
(402) 727-5600
2155 E 23 Ave S
Fremont, NE

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Advance Career Services
(402) 598-5600
7920 S 71st Ave
LaVista, NE
Main Industries / Positions
Information Technology, Engineering

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Direct Staffing Inc
(866) 599-7376
P.O. Box 540046
Omaha, NE
Main Industries / Positions
Healthcare, Information Technology, Engineering

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AJ Associates, Inc.
(402) 445-9150
635 N 151 Circle
omaha, NE
Main Industries / Positions
Information Technology

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Computer Software Engineer

How to become a Computer Software Engineer

In 2006, eighty percent of computer software engineers had a bachelor's degree or higher. Many individuals in this field have a bachelor's degree in computer science, software engineering, or computer information systems. Most employers are also looking for applicants who have a broad range of knowledge and experience with a variety of computer systems and technologies. Students who aspire to become computer software engineers can increase their marketability by gaining a range of knowledge and experience through participation in co-ops or internships. Software vendors do offer certification programs, but most authorities agree that such certifications are not sufficient to obtain most jobs in this field.

What does a Computer Software Engineer do?

Computer software engineers study the needs of computer users and then design software to meet those needs. They create a set of step by step instructions that a computer can follow. Sometimes software engineers then translate these instructions into computer language, but that is usually the job of a computer programmer. Computer applications software engineers work on software designed for general computer applications or special utility programs. Computer systems software engineers coordinate the needs of departments within a company and offer suggestions for the overall technical direction to construct, maintain, and expand the company's computer systems.

Most software engineers work 40 hours a week, but seventeen percent worked over 50 hours each week in 2006. Some software engineers travel frequently to meet with customers, though telecommuting is becoming increasingly common.

What skills or qualities do I need to become a Computer Software Engineer?

As technology continues to change and advance, employers will need computer software engineers with the most current skills. Therefore, software engineers need to be dedicated to continue their training and education throughout their careers. Software engineers are also generally responsible for several tasks at once making the ability to pay attention to detail, even when multi-tasking, essential. Individuals who are successful in this field also have strong analytical and problem solving skills while being able to communicate effectively with team members.

How much does a Computer Software Engineer make?

Computer software engineers can expect to be well paid. In 2006, $79,780 was the median annual earnings of applications software engineers, and $85,370 was the median annual earnings of systems software engineers. The middle fifty percent of applications engineers earned between $62,830 and $98,470 per year. The middle fifty percent of systems engineers earned between $67,620 and $105,330 per year. Job prospects for aspiring computer software engineers are excellent, with an amazing thirty eight percent increase in employment projected for this field between now a...

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