Alternative education providers such as HackReactor, a San Francisco-based “bootcamp” focused on teaching computer programming in an immersive training environment, offer students an accelerated path for acquiring in-demand skills sought by employers. Thanks to a growing ecosystem of such educational providers, students in 2020 have many alternative pathways for upgrading their skills and advancing their careers.
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After HackReactor students complete three months of training; they secure jobs at Silicon Valley-based firms, with graduate salaries averaging more than $110,000.