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Hi,
Thanks everybody for helping me in career decisions. I am considering either getting another B.S. in Computer Information Technology (emphasis programming), or a Master's in the same. I don't have any job experience with Java, so I would like to know if the Master's degree would make me over-qualified for my first job, or if people look specifically for a B.S. in computer field when they look to hire a programmer. Thanks.
 
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