Junior Software Engineer
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The role of junior software engineer is an entry-level position that typically focuses on gathering information about a program's speed, usability, and other various metrics. Testing programs, as well as fixing bugs and concerns are a large part of the junior software engineer's roles.
Junior software engineers are typically less experienced than senior software engineers, but usually still have a college or university related degree or background. Junior software engineers may engage in less decision-making compared to more senior company personnel.
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