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Old 22.10.2021, 10:57
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Re: Computer Science degree with little to none work experience?

Why the hell would you want to move to CH from US, especially this early in career? Big downgrade in terms of pay and career prospects. The big CS money is in 'merica.

If you're being kicked out due to visa, CH is really an illogical next choice to look up to. 5 years to PR / 10-12 years to citizenship here, both not guaranteed. Go stay in Canada for 3 years, get passport, crawl back to uncle sam on TN.

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Is it possible to get an entry-level IT job that would provide a work permit with no prior experience? Not necessarily a software engineer role, could be even IT support or similar.
Theoretically yes, practically very unlikely unless you're top talent in which case you'd have no problems staying in the US. Forget about "IT support" or other equally un/low/skilled jobs, they definitely ain't going to get you in.
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