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Careers in Software

Empower business and organizations to thrive in an increasingly digital world.

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A career in Software is focused on coding digital experiences to work for all users. Within this field, you may find:

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Software Developer

Designs and creates software applications or systems, often specializing in areas such as web development, mobile app development, or software engineering.

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Mobile App Developer

Designs and builds software applications for use on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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DevOps Engineer

Focuses on the collaboration between software development and IT operations, automating processes and improving the efficiency of software development and deployment.

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Designs and implements user interfaces and client-side functionality for web applications.

Frontend Developer

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Backend Engineer

Builds and maintains the server-side logic and databases that power web applications.

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Full Stack Engineer

Develops both the frontend and backend components of web applications, bridging the gap between user experience and server-side functionality.

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Implements security measures to protect computer systems, networks, and data from cyber threats.

Cybersecurity Engineer

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Quality Assurance (QA) Tester

Rigorously evaluates software applications to ensure they meet quality standards and perform reliably across various scenarios.

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Software development thrives on strengths often found among neurodivergent individuals, such as logical thinking, perseverance, and a keen eye for detail. Autistic individuals can excel in coding and debugging due to their methodical approach and focus. Those with dyslexia bring out-of-the-box thinking and creative problem-solving, enhancing software design and functionality.

Why Software roles can be a good fit for neurodivergent job seekers

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Skills for Success

Some common skills found in job descriptions may include:

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Programming Proficiency

Designs and creates software applications or systems, often specializing in areas such as web development, mobile app development, or software engineering.

Technical Aptitude

Proficiency in relevant technical concepts, frameworks, and tools for relevant stack.

Software Development Lifecycle Knowledge

Understanding lifecycle, including requirements analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance. 

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A career in Software is not just about writing code. It's about solving problems, innovating, and delivering value through software solutions.

Whether it's developing cutting-edge applications, optimizing business processes, or enhancing user experiences; Software professionals are at the forefront of technological innovation.

What You Can Expect

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Neuroexceptional Talents that may align well with a role in Software:

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Strong Task Persistence

Creative Thinker

Tech or Computer Savvy

Methodical Task Executioner

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Socially Savvy

Out of the Box Problem Solver

Deep Emphatizer

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Companies Hiring on Mentra

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