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Python Career Opportunities: Your Career Guide To Python Programming

Last updated on Nov 26,2019 81.2K Views
Aayushi Johari
A technophile who likes writing about different technologies and spreading knowledge. A technophile who likes writing about different technologies and spreading knowledge.
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In this dynamic world where everything changes at a rapid rate, the popularity of Python never seems to cease. Today, Python Certification is one of the most sought-after skills in the entire programming domain. But have you ever wondered if it is really worth it? If yes, where can it take you? Apart from these, there are few other questions which might be bothering you. In this article, I would be answering all such questions regarding Python Career Opportunities and the growth it gifts you.

Python, as a programming language is easy and simple to learn. Python cuts development time in half with its simple to read syntax and easy compilation feature. Also, it has plenty of libraries that support data analysis, manipulation and visualization. Therefore, it has evolved as the most preferred language and considered to be the “Next Big Thing” and a “Must” for Professionals. Today, we will discuss various Python career opportunities available for a Python programmer.

Python Career Opportunities

Inclination towards being curious and hands-on is desired as Python demands that we get our hands dirty and like to fiddle around the system for errors and other issues.

In an independent 3rd party survey, it has been found that the Python programming language is currently the most popular language for Data Scientists worldwide. This claim is substantiated by IEEE, which tracks programming languages by popularity. According to them, Python tops the list of the most popular programming languages in 2018. Not only this, Python is finding its application in diverse domains, as illustrated below.

PythonApplications -Python Career Opurtunity-Edureka

In India and other countries of the world, an alarming skill-gap is making enterprises look at talent from more expensive countries. A recent article in Times of India states: “One of India’s top software companies was faced with a tough situation”. It had won a $200 million (Rs. 1,200 crores) contract to develop an app store for a large US bank, but did not have adequate numbers of programmers who could write code in Python, the language most suited for the job. Eventually, it paid thrice the billing rate to a group of freelance Python programmers in the USA and learned a valuable lesson about the importance of a language named after the British television comedy series “Monty Python!

Thankfully, this is changing now, with developers realizing the need to add Python to their resumes, both for faster programming and lucrative global careers.

Python Job Profiles

  • Software Engineer
  • Python Developer
  • Research Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • Software Developer

Python Salary

By the end of 2017, Python was delivering some impressive numbers. A recent Indeed.com inquiry also revealed at least 55,000 Python jobs in USA with exponential salary figures.

According to Payscale.com, below are graphs depicting average Python salary for India and US.

Job Profiles - Python Career Oppurtunity - Edureka

Job Profiles IND – Python Career – Edureka

Job-Profiles-Python Career Oppurtunity - EdurekaJob Profiles US – Python Career – Edureka

Popularity of Python Programming

The popularity of Python programming is steadily rising and so are Python career opportunities.

According to TIOBE Programming Community index, which tracks the popularity of programming languages, Python has leaped four places in the last one year alone to rank at No. 4 in the index!

TiobeIndex - Python Career Oppurtunity -EdurekaTIOBE Index for Aug 2018 – Python Career

It is quite impressive that 41 large organizations in the world have adopted Python as their primary programming language in a very small span of time. Some of the big players like Quora, Facebook, YouTube, SlideShare, Dropbox, Pinterest, Reddit, and Netflix have most of their new code written in Python. It is an open secret in the developer world that Google has now adopted Python as its secondary coding language, and has committed to using it more in its new product offerings.

Edureka has specially curated a course aimed at helping developers master the Python language. The live and interactive course that is co-created by industry practitioners, covers critical aspects of Python such as integration of machine learning, Hadoop, and Web Scraping, among others.

Got a question for us? Please mention it in the comments section of “Python Career Opportunities” blog and we will get back to you.

 

Comments
14 Comments
  • Thanks for sharing such a great information..Its really nice and informative..

  • preetkaur kainth says:

    hello, am pursuing b.tech and now its my last semester and am having training but its my first learning programming language because i don’t had interest in programming but after learning python i really interested in this field. but i want so get a job is it necessary for me to learn some more programming language to get a job or its enough to carry with same language in future.

  • Umesh Vispute says:

    Hi,

    I am PLSQL developer with exp 5 years. Can I change my platform to Python?
    How it will help me to improve my Career Graph without affecting my economical graph?
    I am asking this because if I will change my platform then I have to start from the beginning

  • Kuldeep says:

    It’s very good.
    You have to write that how to start this program without going in computer courses .
    What is required to strat this programming language in our home computer?
    Can we learn it by online videos ???

    • Niket Khapekar says:

      Hello Kuldeep,
      Python in Home Computer??
      Yes, I would recommentd you to take online You-tube Tutorial ..Plz check it out..
      I m lerning from this tutorial and its really very easy and understanding.. try.. here is a link given..
      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeVMnSShP_Iviwkknt83cww

  • Thank you for providing your insights

    • EdurekaSupport says:

      Hey Abdul, thanks for the compliment. Do browse through our other blogs and stay tuned for more updates. Cheers!

  • anshika singh says:

    hi
    i am a student of class 11
    and i m studying python can u suggest me what do after 12th
    i have very much interest in python and i want to go in a field of computer scenice

  • Vittal says:

    Hello, I work on SAS tools from 4 years, now have a plan to add extra miles to my strength, Hence please suggest which course would be an added advantage for me? Such as R, Python with django, Tableau

  • Anurag Pani says:

    HI,
    Just wants a advice from you guys. Which has better career or future- python with web development or machine learning.
    Because both seems to be learn-able. And please give a detailed explanation why to and why not to.

  • madhavi emani says:

    Hi ,
    Can you please suggest what technologies should one learn as a package for these job profiles along with python,
    Software Engineer
    Research Analyst
    Data Analyst
    Data Scientist
    Software Developer
    for eg, for a data scientist, Python, Hadoop, SPARK, R, SQL, are a set i guess, similarly can u recommend a list for all the job roles listed above.
    Thanks.

    • EdurekaSupport says:

      Hey Madhavi,
      Research analyst job profiles generally is very industry specific when it comes to skill set required.
      For Data Analyst, you need to learn R – Data manipulation and visualization with R, Data mining andLinear/Logistic regression.
      Data Scientist – As mentioned Pyhon, Hadoop, Spark, Scala alng with R are necessary.
      Software developer and Engineer are again a vast job profile. You need to be industry specific. But, in general you need to be well versed in OOPs concept and other similar programming languages. So, basically having a good overview of basic software is enough. The specific software and techniques used varies from company to company. So, in developers and engineer having sound knowledge of the basics is more important.
      Hope this helps :)

      • madhavi emani says:

        Thank you very much.

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