Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for Software Developers
Listed below are the 10 largest metro areas based on the total number of people employed in Software Developers jobs , as of 2016
Annual Mean Salary
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim
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Selected Schools for Software Developers
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Congratulations! Your interest in California College San Diego is an important first step toward changing your life. A career-focused degree is the key to a new career with a potentially higher income, better benefits, and more satisfaction.
An accredited computer training academy preparing students to enter the IT industry as Network Engineers, Software Engineers, Web Apps Developer, Website Designers, Programmers, Database Administrators since 2000.
Holds A+ certification from CompTIA.
Located in Los Angeles, approximately 10 minutes away from LAX.
Flexible class schedules offered during day times, evenings and weekends.
Helping students start a career in technology within 3 - 9 months.
Educates with the mission to serve the needs of the local community and graduates by matching opportunities to skills.
Maryville University is a private university in St. Louis County, Missouri. Founded in 1872, Maryville University is a comprehensive and nationally ranked private institution with an enrollment of more than 6,800 students.
Coleman University is a private non-profit teaching university founded in 1963 and located in San Diego, California. Its undergraduate and graduate programs prepare individuals for technology-focused careers and leadership. As San Diego’s oldest school dedicated to information technology, Coleman University has historically educated a large number of the region’s business-technology professionals.