I could not get a real software development job in the U.S. over the last 10 years. I have a BSCS from a large University and a 3.5 for my major. I scored in the top .001 percent of the math portion of the SATs. I have 140+ IQ.
Over the last 10 years I wrote more than 1,200,000 lines of code yet I have had only 2 job offers and both of them did not really want a full time software developer.
I worked hard yet I have been below the Federal Poverty Line for 8 of 10 years.
So, for some BSCS people jobs are hard to come by.
If you must pay for FMLA, Child Tax Credit, House Mortgage Deductions, SS, and other Nazi ponzi schemes for the rich then your even worse off.
So don't give me this shit that good CS jobs are common and easily available in the U.S.
For years cheap currency markets gobbled up all the jobs, and the Nazi regime pretends otherwise.