What are some entry level IT jobs

Tips for starting your career as a computer scientist.

Requirements for a career in IT.

When there is talk of a shortage of skilled workers in this country, it primarily refers to MINT specialists:

Computer scientists in particular are more in demand than ever in the course of digitization and receive a large selection of job offers on the screen. But how do you get started with IT? What requirements should you meet?

You can find a good insight into the various sub-areas of computer science in the following overview.


The conventional career entry into IT leads through a corresponding degree. Classic computer science, business informatics, data science, digital engineering or web development: the range of universities and colleges is huge. Whether a bachelor's degree is sufficient or you should bring a master's degree always remains individual and depends on the employer. In principle, however, the following applies: more practical experience, more job opportunities.

Because: For HR managers, practical experience is often more important than the final grade. Theory is one thing, but it is crucial to be able to translate your knowledge into concrete results and to actually be able to solve problems. Even as a young professional you can prove this to potential employers in various ways.

Practical experience.

With internships you can gain your first professional experience in the IT field, prove your ability to work in a team and thus dispel one or the other prejudice (IT specialists are shy nerds). After all, soft skills such as the ability to work in a team, communication skills and resilience are decisive in the day-to-day work of computer scientists.