FastCompany took a look at coding schools and decided that The Iron Yard (coming soon to ATL) is all they hack up to be.
- The Bureau of Labor Statistics recorded a little over 1 million software developer (1,018,000) jobs in 2012 and expect that number to grow 22% over the next decade.
- The average annual salary is just shy of $100,000.
- Hack schools can be big business. Students invest between $3,000 and nearly $18,000 for eight to 10 weeks worth of training. Some never complete the program, have to rely on free online resources such as Codeacademy, and many remain un-employed after graduation.
The Iron Yard: