Comp and Info Research Scientist
What do they do
These people invent and design new ways to approach computing technology and find new uses for technology
Work Environment and Work Hours
Most of these people work full time. About 10% of these people worked over 40 hours a week.
The average salary of a worker is $110,620.
The employment of these workers are projected to grow 11% in the next ten years, which is higher than other jobs.
Yes. you definitely need an education. Most computer and information research scientists need a Ph.D. in computer science. A Ph.D. usually requires 4 to 5 years of study after earning a bachelor’s degree
You do not necessarily need experience to work as a computer and information research scientist, but it probably wouldn't hurt to have experiencce
- It pays very well
- the industry is growing
- lots of jobs
- must have a Ph.D
- lots of time
- takes a long time to get to this level
There aren't too many openings for this job.