Visual.ly’s infographic on web designers predicts that by the year 2018, the employment for these positions will have grown by 7-13 percent. This will likely follow the trend of their employment from 2005 to 2010 where it increased by 160 percent. Furthermore, while the salaries of web designers differ between skills, their lowest salary is $41,000 as a Junior Web Designer and their highest is a Senior Web Designer Developer at $80,000. If you are a web designer or are studying to be one, it looks as though things will be looking up for you in the near future and will likely continue to look great in future years. Check out the graphic to see the numbers for yourself.
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