I applied for a junior software developer position (with the job requirements fit for such a role) but was informed that if accepted my business title will mention neither software nor development (and not junior status either, curiously). Is this normal? This is regarding an internal job offer at my company.
I feel the job title is important for me seeing as I want to get into software development and currently the job market for junior software developers is extremely difficult to get into. On the other hand, money is signifcantly less important for me. Is it worth negotating the title? Is it worth making it a deal breaker?
EDIT: as two answers mentioned the field and the country, without getting into too much detail the company is a European Union country branch of an international financial corporation.
EDIT 2: I have to say your answers reassured me a bit. Thank you! What I think I'm going to do if I'm accepted is politely ask for a change in the business title (or ask if it's negotiable) but not make it a deal breaker. The reason I'm so concerned is a lot of candidate screening at IT companies in my country is done by non-IT people looking at things like education (CS degree or not) or, well, previous jobs. I do not want to be dismissed because of a non-developer business title. I know it seems petty but it's incredibly difficult to get into software development these days.