Help required regarding choosing Ms in Computer science dept

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Muneebakhtar
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Dear Seniors,
I need valuable Advice from you Guys from computer science field regarding choosing a master degree in UK. Which will help me to secure an entry level placement/job comparatively easy which is more demanding .
I have stuck and confused from last month to figure out and writing here for your better advice.

I have 2 options

i)MS in Data Science

ii)MS in Advanced Computer science



MS Data science will lead to make career in Machine Learning, Data Analyst and in Ai.


While MS Advanced computer science will leed to get job as python dev or JAva dev or QA Engineer, Devops engieer. Which should I go for to secure entry level job comparatively easy in london



Please guide me as your one advice can help me alot.
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(Original post by Muneebakhtar)
I need valuable Advice from you Guys from computer science field regarding choosing a master degree in UK. Which will help me to secure an entry level placement/job comparatively easy which is more demanding .
You are aware that many entry level roles exist that do not require a Masters right? Maybe for something like AI a Masters would be of benefit to help you specialise. But a Masters with the goal of going into Python or Java Dev work seems wasted.
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You are aware that many entry level roles exist that do not require a Masters right? Maybe for something like AI a Masters would be of benefit to help you specialise. But a Masters with the goal of going into Python or Java Dev work seems wasted.
Sir could you explain what is the job probability of Data Science and java/python dev in uk?
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Sir could you explain what is the job probability of Data Science and java/python dev in uk?
Can you clarify what you mean by "job probability"? This isn't really surprising, but the chance of you being employed goes up as your skills (both technical and non-technical) improve. So for example if you want to work as a dev primarily writing Python, your odds of being employed go up as your Python skills improve.
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