When trying to decide which bootcamp is right for you, it is best to explore the many different career tracks you can follow. Bootcamps can open doors to a variety of tech careers. Previous “bootcampers” who were focused on data and programming have found jobs as data analysts, data scientists, and web analysts. Enjoy coding on the backend? A career as a system engineer, systems administrator, or web developer may be right for you.
While all of these careers require programming language knowledge, they each focus on a different skill set to complete their responsibilities. The skills you learn from bootcamps can land you employment in companies and organizations beyond technology and software companies. Marketing companies, psychology and research organizations, and businesses all need to employ people with backgrounds in coding and data analysis.