Is it hard to get a job for a programmer without having bachelors degree? I'm not interested in education just this "paper" which as some people said greatly impacts CV and employer will only accept programmers which have degrees, even if other one without bachelors has much bigger experience.
I graduate soon and don't know which way to go, I learn coding on my own but I some people said that I'll need to graduate exactly on CS or IT to get a job.
And is it very important for employer which degree you have or which Faculty have you completed? I mean what will employer look at "Faculty of Computer Science" or "Degree In Computing".
Should I search exactly for "Bachelor's in CS" or the title of faculty is enough? I'm interested only in title of bachelors which I'll receive... I know I won't get any special education and I should raise my skills on my own. I want to become WEB developer and work on APPs as well. So which bachelor fits the most for this to get employed?Is degree in "Informatics" or "Computing" enough?
BTW I live in europe and how will US employers look at these degrees? I know experience is the most valued thing in this field,but as I've heard companies simply "filter" people who have no degrees and I don't want to get in this filter. Thanks for your help.