Would-be software developer

I am a graduate with a certificate in business computing with outstanding all-round grades. My subjects relate mainly to Windows NT administration and Unix.

Dear What am I Worth,

I am a graduate with a certificate in business computing with outstanding all-round grades. My subjects relate mainly to Windows NT administration and Unix.

Through my own personal study, I have developed a firm understanding of C/C++ and MFC. I also have a good understanding of the concepts behind RDBMS and the SDLC and would like to follow a career in software development.

I have brief previous work experience in banking and medical environments and excellent written and oral communication skills. I enjoy working in a team and I am an effective group leader.

Graduate

Candle Replies: You need to gain some commercial work experience. To do this you should contact some of the large companies who have annual "graduate intakes". You could expect to earn approximately $35,000.

Computerworld will assume all letters are for publication - it will not answer questions personally.This month recruitment agency Candle IT&T Recruitment answers your queries. The above advice is designed to be a guide only. Salary ranges can vary depending on a number of factors including experience, training, location and the type of company you work for.

If you want to find out what you are worth, email darren-greenwood@idg.co.nz with "What Am I Worth" in the subject field.

Please include your job title, job description, technical background, how much experience you have, qualifications, the type of company you are working for, where you are located and any other relevant information.

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