Career question - in final year of computer science program


i am studing in final year computer science. i was leave education after 11 standard but join again after 3 years. i take admission for BE COMPUTER ENGG. here also i loss two years. i have more 80% for ssc and hsc , more than 60% for engg. then
it is possible for me to get good package from IT industry? can i get better job easily or struggle more.

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You might want to check job sites like Simply Hired. Do some searches related to your skill sets and see what employers are requiring, and also what they offer. If you check around you might get a pretty good idea of what the industry has to offer you, and what you'll need to offer the industry to succeed. Good luck, I hope it works out well for you. :)

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It's a little hard for me to follow your question, but I read it as you are trying to balance the amount of time and lost earnings with the increased earnings potential of more advanced degrees.  SSC and HSC, as I understand it, equate to secondary education such as high school in the US.  If that is so, you will definitely increase your value in the job market with a post-secondary, aka college, degree in Computer Engineering.  Just think of how much additional you will earn in one year with that degree vs. with no degree, figure in the years of lost earnings and tuition expense, and you can get an idea of how long it takes to get a return on your investment. 

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