Should someone be able to find a programming job if they have a B.S. in Computer Science?

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random:
yeah, computer science covers a lot of very important information required to be a good programmer.
CS focuses on theory and abstraction which means that right out of school you may not have a lot of hands on experience with programming especially with complex projects. people in programming specific programs may have a bit more hands on experience but these programs often dont cover the theory that a CS program will give you. a CS program combined with some serious hands on experience can make you an insanely good programmer.

another type of program that does great in finding programming jobs is software engineering.

abc:
yes, univeritsity's career section should have a full time job opening with easy requirement. salary as uni IT staff maybe low but include lots of holiday, sick days.

warning : if you quit then ex-co-workers may still send email asking about how to modify your code. if you quit without having another job ready, that would suck.

Dave:
it definitely improves their chances, but the individual needs more than a degree to get a job. Intelligence, personality, even personal hygiene all come into play.
Barron:
The degree gets you an interview. Your skills and technical abilities get you a job.
John:
If they are good at it and didn't google every thing or ask on yahoo answers "how do i do a for loop to count to 10"
Xn|⌡ЖJ¤P:
you should take Computer Programming. CS is more for network and sysadmins.
chrisjbsc:
Yes. But it depends where and how flexible you are…

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