Why becoming a programmer is a great idea

Three great reasons why you should shift career and become a programmer. Becoming one might be easier than you think, it only takes 12 weeks. Read more. Stats are based on the current situation in the Swedish tech scene.

First, salary.

The starting salary for a junior programmer, straight out of school in Sweden is between 28 500–35 000 SEK per month if you’re between 25–29 years old. That’s way above average. For more advanced programming and with some more seniority you can expect 41 000–55 000 SEK. 
Source: Unionen

Second, attractiveness.

It’s estimated there will be a lack of 60 000 developers in Sweden by 2020 and 1 million in Europe. Finding a job within the IT-industry right now is easy and you’re will be attractive on the market. 
Source: IT & Telecomföretagen samt EU-kommisionen

Third, impact.

The average time people use their mobile phones in the US is currently 4 hours per day —imagine if we added on time spent with computers. That’s a massive chunk of our waking hours that we spend in front of apps and services — all built by code. The majority of the worlds population is now connected, over 5 million people as of April. Programmers are for sure one of the professions with the highest potential reach and impact on peoples daily lives. Source: Global Digital Snapshot

Become a programmer in just 12 weeks

Start learning how to build websites and digital products to reach and affect many people. Enable digital creativity with tools like programming and technology. Change direction and start work with web development.

Join Technigo’s 12 week boot camp in Stockholm and become a junior front-end developer. Read more.

About Technigo

Technigo is a new form of education, a fast paced tech education formed to teach the latest technologies. For us, technology is creative. It’s a tool that enables you to reach and affect many people globally. We are a popup school, currently at Långholmen in Stockholm, Södermalm. Together with successful tech companies we educate people to build future web experiences.