Currently about to graduate with a BS in Computer Science and am wondering if there are any long-term career path benefits to specializing mainly in C++. I used this language predominantly throughout college and I gravitate towards it the most. What's the salary progression for someone starting out in C++ (can you even be a junior C++ dev?) and what's the outlook for a C++ programmer in the next 10 years in terms of compensation? I understand some C++ programmers make it onto hedge funds working on speed stuff, but am not sure if this is a reasonable, viable career path for an average performer who's not a math PHD.