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You can also work in software quality engineering, which involves inspecting and testing software for quality, security, reliability, and future maintenance.
While you don’t necessarily need a bachelor’s degree to become a quality engineer, having a degree can help you get better jobs and advance more quickly. You may also consider getting certified by the American Society for Quality to show your expertise in the field.
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