Quantum computing is one of the most talked-about tech fields at the moment. Many universities, research labs and companies worldwide are investing time, money and effort to advance and develop quantum hardware and software. As quantum computing grows in popularity, people may be hesitant to join the field. This article will go over the main categories of career options in quantum computing and what skills you need to jumpstart your career. For example, Sara Metwalli had a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and her master’s in information engineering; she then decided to switch to quantum computing for her doctorate. She explains how she got into the field: “As long as you’re curious and willing to learn new things, switching to quantum is possible” . . .