What are the career prospects of three year diploma holder in computer engineering?

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What would be the career prospects of a three year diploma holder in computer engineering?

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  • ToddN2000
    it depends on the prospective employer. I know some companies still want the 4 year degree. It did not matter that you could have 10+ years experience. I had a situation when applying for an IT position years ago. Two of my friends were also applying. Out of the three of us I scored the highest. But on of my friends got the job because she was the only one with a 4 year degree. My other friend and I only had 2 year degrees. To top it off our "4 year" friends degree was in liberal arts. Ours were in computer science /data processing.  
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