Yes, many graduates of coding bootcamps find entry-level programming jobs in the tech industry. The success rate can differ based on the particular bootcamp, the person's background, expertise, and the job market. To help gain insider knowledge of the industry, a few bootcamps help with internships. It's important to remember that completing a bootcamp won't guarantee you a very high salary during the first year. Still, it can improve your chances of getting entry-level software engineer jobs.
Nearly 80% of students in coding bootcamps found jobs within six months of graduation, according to a poll of 46 bootcamps conducted. This survey was conducted by the Council on Integrity in Results Reporting. No reputable bootcamp program provides its students with a job guarantee. But they provide career help, including instruction in soft skills and practice interviews.