Dot NET Developers In Top 5 Careers With Big Pay And Big Demand

.NET Developers (dot net computer software programmers) are in big demand with big pay in the major cities of the USA according to a 2006 survey at

According to the survey, if you are willing to become an expert or highly skilled .NET software developer, you can command between $75,000 to $85,000 as an expert or highly skilled dot net (.NET) Microsoft software programmer and you can get an additional pay hike of 15% or more (which brings your pay to $86,000 to $98,000 and more) if you are willing to specialize in a field and then change jobs.

This has been our experience at the [careercoach] based in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA, where we coach people who are willing to transition to a high paying Microsoft .NET job (dot net job) or are looking for a new high paying job that is in big demand.We will help you:

  1. become an expert highly skilled .net software developer regardless of your current job, educational qualification or financial resources
  2. transition to a high demand .NET career if you already have computer programming skills in a language that is not in high demand regardless of what the language is
  3. get a high demand high pay dot net job if you are already a dot net developer and you are ready to fast track your career
  4. prepare a high demand highly marketable resume based on the skills and background that are in high demand in .NET software development

It doesn’t matter:

  1. your current job or career, we can help you become a computer programmer. Whether you have an english, history or engineering background/ major, you are welcome.
  2. your current educational qualification will not stop you from becoming a computer programmer. High school graduates, college graduates, associate degrees in any field are welcome.
  3. your current financial situation because you can transition to a high paying in demand .NET job without taking additional loans or borrowing against your credit card since our goal is to put money in your pocket not to take money out.

To learn how you can fast track to a big pay high demand job in a short time, read the Software Developer Career Book

6 Responses to "Dot NET Developers In Top 5 Careers With Big Pay And Big Demand"

  1. Ishanth   July 25, 2012 at 7:17 am

    Hi Gtreetings!

    II have experience in Dot NET (Development & production support) . Now I planning to change my carrier in other Microsoft technologies with related to Dot NET.

    It is right path to learn BIZTALK servers? I will add value to me? Kindly provide more details and guide me.

    Please suggest any other technologies also in high demand and for long term carrier growth.

    • ITCareerCoach   July 26, 2012 at 2:56 am

      Learn C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server, and / or: BizTalk, SharePoint, Silverlight

      But if you really know C#, ASP.NET and SQL Server, why will you need a list of other high paying Microsoft technology stacks?

      It is not how many of these that you can list or mention on your resume that matters … but how good you are with what you know.

      Seriously, if you really know f you really know C#, ASP.NET and SQL Server .. .you are OK.

  2. Anirban Mitra   April 11, 2012 at 3:19 am

    I just want to ask you a few questions whether computer programmers and software developers are the same?

    Is there any difference between them?

    Who are the database developers? What is the career path of a computer programmer? as

    I am doing a course which is based on java from NIELIT(National Institute Of Electronics and Information Technology).

    Another Question is that whether scripting languages are programming languages?

  3. Tobi   November 6, 2011 at 6:34 am

    I would like to know what your software developer internship is really like. What are the requirements, duration and cost. Also, what benefit or advantage does one get after the internship?
    I hope to hear a reply soon.

    Thank you.

  4. Dan   October 25, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    I would like to know if it is possible and advisable for one to learn both .net and java programming simultaneously?
    I hope to hear a reply from you soon.

    Thank you.

    • ITCareerCoach   October 26, 2011 at 2:36 pm


      It is not advisable to learn both .NET Programming and Java Software Development simultaneously.

      For one, each of these is a separate career track with a considerable learning curve and for most people, just trying to learn one or the other is going to be challenging enough.

      It may take up to 1 year to learn either of these (without formal training / guidance) and that is assuming that you focus on just one of them extensively.

      Trying to learn both means that you most likely fail at being proficient in either of them.


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