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Careers with Code magazine is a guide for 14–18 year olds and anyone else interested in future careers that mix computer science with their skills, interests and passion – giving you the ability to change the world! It’s free to read online, available to order in print and updated each year.
We show how computer science can help young people create a dream career in any field, including health, sports, business, fashion, virtual reality and other exciting industries.
Careers with Code magazine is created by STEM specialist publishing company Refraction Media in partnership with Google. We feature surprising computer science careers, tips and pathways – beyond being top of the class or getting the best degree. It’s about enabling everyone to access career ideas to create their own future.
Computer science jobs are some of the most highly paid, but CS skills can also launch a unique career. Think of Perry Ogwuche, who started a shipping company to deliver products faster and more cheaply to his native Nigeria. Or Maddy Maxey, founder of Loomia, who weaves tech with fashion to create smart clothes that monitor your posture.
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Careers with Code magazine supplies ideas, actions and information to help students find and define their dream job. Read the magazine online for free here, order copies for your school, and give us your feedback. We’d love to hear from you!
We hope you enjoy this edition of the Careers with Code magazine. If you’d like ideas on how to use it in your classroom, visit the ‘for schools’ section. You can access the 2016 edition of Careers with Code here, or check out the Australia-New Zealand edition here.
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