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    What programming languages would you IT/CompSci graduates or job seekers recommend to learn primarily?

    (For the purposes of maximising employability and landing a job)

    I see that Javascript and Node.js and other frameworks are popular but so is Java.

    HTML and CSS seem like prerequisites.

    What would you suggest?

    JavaScript , python , c++ , c# are in demand along with php. Just learn any language and get good at it and the rest are easy to learn.
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