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I noticed the incredibly large amount of Computer Science majors at my college. The number of CS majors more than doubles the number of CE, EE, ChemE, EnvironE, ME majors combined. I chose CS early because of the mere fact I wanted to make games. However, I have heard that the over-saturation of CS majors in the market place is making it more difficult to find jobs (especially after 911). Do you guys think it plays a big part in that? If so, do you guys think in time, the demand will go down because of the over-saturation, thus decrease in wages, thus decrease in CS majors, thus increase in programming positions in near future? Also, don''t you guys think we have a shortage of CE and EE majors? That they are important for the rest of society. I mean, they are the ones that make up the stuff that we programmers use. Anywayz, lemme know what you think. Laterz. Jeff

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