The jobs they announce are most often for senior positions, but that doesnt mean the company doesnt recruit anyone else. I know some people in 2nd grade at my school that already got jobs secured pre graduation thanks to their internship.
And I know people with completed master’s degrees in computer engineering, and years of work experience who can’t get jobs, so it seems to be a mixed bag.
I know some people in 2nd grade at my school that already got jobs secured pre graduation thanks to their internship.
And I know lots of people who can’t even get internships, because there are 20 or 25 applicants for every available position. In fact that happened to me when I was in college, it was all smiling faces and almost desperation about how many open spots they had in their summer internship programs. I applied the same day as the applications opened and was told that it was already filled.
Ive spoken with many companys and they dont have major expectations of the juniors, rather they go by personality and want to see the person is dedicated and want to improve.
I also live in Sweden, and trust me. I have seen loads and loads and loads of companies expecting a junior with no work experience to have 3+ years of experience with C#. I am willing to concede that I might be wrong, but my experience is that companies love to say one thing at fairs and in interviews, but when it comes to paying up the reality is totally different.