Best Career Options With Python

Python – the most trending and most heard thing in not only IT industry, but the whole world. It has become the most famous and outrageous programming language at present and is used mostly by all tech giants like Google, Netflix, Quora, Amazon etc. Lets now look into some of the Career with Python options available for a Python doer in current world.


1. Software Developer

Python Developer responsibilities include writing and testing code, debugging programs and integrating applications with third-party web services. To be successful in this role, you should have experience using server-side logic and work well in a team.

Making stuff pays , it pays a lot :You can work for a company if you have the qualifications or just jump into the developer world yourself .The platforms can range from Windows ,Mac to Linux or even mobile platforms such as Android , iOS etc. This is one of the best Career with Python. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

According to Gooroo, the average Python developer salary is $110,021 per year, which makes Python the third best-paid programming language and the most implementable one. As per INR, it ranges from

1-2 Year experience – 20000 to 70000 Rs per month
3-5 Year experience – 70000 to 120000 Rs per month
5-9 Year experience – 120000 to 260000 Rs per month

A Python engineer can be relied upon to:

Construct sites, Improve information calculations, Take care of information examination issues, Actualizing security and information insurance, Composing reusable, testable and effective code.

2. Big Data

Big data is a field that treats ways to analyze, systematically extract information from, or otherwise deal with data sets that are too large or complex to be dealt with by traditional data-processing application software. Data with many cases offer greater statistical power, while data with higher complexity may lead to a higher false discovery rate.

 Big data challenges include capturing data, data storage, data analysis, search, sharing, transfer, visualization, querying, updating, information privacy and data source. Big data was originally associated with three key concepts: volumevariety, and velocity. When we handle big data, we may not sample but simply observe and track what happens. Therefore, big data often includes data with sizes that exceed the capacity of traditional software to process within an acceptable time and value.

Current usage of the term big data tends to refer to the use of predictive analytics, user behavior analytics, or certain other advanced data analytics methods that extract value from data, and seldom to a particular size of data set.

The average salary for “big data” ranges from approximately $67,826 per year for Data Analyst to $139,268 per year for Software Architect. The average salary for big data analytic professionals in the non-managerial role is 8.5 lakhs in India.

3. Beta Tester

Beta testers are those people who are skilled and test softwares, apps, games etc before releasing them to market. Video game testers are experts who test video games to detect bugs and errors in different levels of the game. They work alongside game designers and programmers to ensure a things works flawlessly before they send the app, software etc out to the market. They play an important role in the industry of gaming.

On average, male video game testers, who made up 95 percent of workers, averaged about $48,000 per year, while female testers made an average of $62,500 annually. The average salary for a Game Tester is ₹ 3,43,103 per year in India. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

You don’t actually require much programming knowledge for that but telling the Devs the exact issue in the code instead of just explaining what happened. It is better if you are good enough , you receive products you test for free as a compliment to your services

4. Product Manager

Product managers are responsible for guiding the success of a product and leading the cross-functional team that is responsible for improving it. It is an important organizational role in especially in technology companies that sets the strategy, roadmap, and feature definition for a product or product line.

He also leads and manages one or several products from the inception to the phase-out in order to create customer value and deliver measurable business benefits. The product manager develops the product features and is responsible for the entire value chain of a product throughout its life cycle.

The typical salaries among product managers can range anywhere from $61,000 to $200,000-plus, depending on where they are in their career. The average salary for the role of Product Manager is in India is ₹1,500,000. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

Product managers are responsible for researching new user features, find gaps in the market, and make an argument for why certain products should be built. Data plays a huge role in their work, so many companies are now seeking product managers who know Python.

5. Ethical Hacker

An ethical hacker, also referred to as a white hat hacker, is an information security expert who systematically attempts to penetrate a computer system, network, application or other computing resource on behalf of its owners and with their permission to find security vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could potentially exploit.

The purpose of ethical hacking is to evaluate the security of and identify vulnerabilities in systems, networks or system infrastructure. It includes finding and attempting to exploit any vulnerabilities to determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activities are possible.

The average payout to a Certified Ethical Hacker is $71,331 per annum. The salary ranges from $24,760 to $111,502. According to CISO, the annual salary of ethical hackers averages Rs 570,000. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

Though it requires more than just programming but it is an aspiring careerPeople work as a freelancer or dedicated to a company

6. Contribute to the world

Contributors who are responsible for driving the vision and managing the organizational aspects of the project (They may also be authors or owners of the project).  By contributing to open source, you will get the opportunity to work with production code, with stabilized projects. By nature, software developers, are curious people. This is where open source contributions step in.

Contributors: Everyone who has contributed something back to the project.

Community Members: People who use the project.

Software Developers, contributors make a median salary of $101,790 a year.Software contributor, Engineer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of ₹482,239 on an average in India. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

There are people who just code for hobby or to make world a better place.Look for a project on GITHUB , contribute to it.Looks good on a CV too.

7. Educator

Educators use online resources, interactive on-line tutorials, and other educational resources that either help teach python or use Python to teach programming. Using this tool, a teacher or student can write a Python program in the Web browser and visualize what the computer is doing step by step as it executes the program.

Someone has to teach Python, right? And not everyone learns through One Month! Becoming a computer science instructor may be the first thing that comes to mind, but it’s not the only teaching role available to those who know Python. Nearly every university and coding bootcamp, as well as online coding tutoring platforms like CodeMentor, are in need of people to teach Python. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

A Python educator with Python skills earns an average salary of $109,960 per year. On average, an entry-level Python educator earns about Rs500K (INR) in India.

8. Data Journalist

Data journalist in part, the role responsibilities include: generating ideas for data driven stories and for how they might be developed and visualized. … representing the team and the Visual Journalism team at editorial meetings. leading editorially on data projects as required and overseeing the work of other data team colleagues.

Data journalism is a specialty within journalism that uses data to tell stories. Journalist who know Python are in demand because of their ability to rapidly sort through information. If you’re a solid writer to boot, this might be just the role for you.

The Annual Salary  is about $107,796. You can expect to start off with a salary of Rs.6000-Rs. 10000 as a trainee. The basic qualification for this is Graduation.(BE, B.Tech., etc).

They use Python to arrange, analyze, and visualize data. There are so many different software libraries to work with in Python, such as matplotlib to create charts, pandas etc. We can sort and filter data and search for trends, and BeautifulSoup for web scraping.

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