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Students of computing are virtually guaranteed a good job at the end of their education as the demand for IT specialists is forever on the increase. A-Level computing (*or Computer Science*) can be taken with a whole host of other subjects but is commonly combined with physics, maths, chemistry and English. Providing a good grade is achieved at A-level, students can go on to university to study web development, computer programming, gaming and other very well paid professions. Alternatively they can enter straight into the employment sector and learn their trade as they work. Computing is a tough subject but the benefits are always there for the taking.