We know it firsthand: the tech industry is a big deal, and it’s a great way to build a career. Many tech companies have global reach, and once you get your foot in the door, growth potential can be huge. But you might be wondering: Do I need a computer science degree to work in tech? Do I need to know how to code?
The answer is a resounding “no.” Tech companies are businesses. They rely on many other departments besides software engineering, and it’s common for many of their employees not to be programmers. This Handshake blog post highlights a few entry-level jobs you can pursue if tech is your calling.