Looking at the different tech related bachelor’s degrees, such as computer science, information technology, info/cyber security, software engineering, etc, how different, if at all, are the job prospects for people who have these degrees? By job prospects, I mean considering factors such as number of jobs available, number of job types/career paths available, new grad unemployment rates, entry-level and mid-career pay, and number of graduates per year versus annual job growth.

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