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The information provides an overview of salary, education, experience, and current and recent hiring trends nationally and by geographic area for this occupation and its related job titles - as well as the available positions in the selected area over the last 12 months based on job postings that specify this information.
Education Typically Required by Employers
Top Employersin last 12 months (with 10 or more open jobs)
Experience Typically Required by Employers
Web Designer positions typically require completion of one or more of the following degree programs
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX DEGREES
Minimum degree level required in job postings nationwide
This chart reflects the minimum degree employers will accept. Employers will often prefer completion of a higher level degree for applicants without significant work experience. Similarly, employers will often allow significant work experience to substitute for their minimum degree requirement.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENCES
Employers may give preference to applicants who have earned one or more of the following certifications
Required skills data for this occupation are based on positions advertised nationally over the last 12 months.
- Successful Candidates
The specialized skills that are specific to this specific occupation or occupational family.
All technology-related skills, both basic and occupationally specific, that most employers require in their hiring criteria.
The core or basic skills needed to perform tasks across a wide range of occupations.
Successful candidates for this occupation have shown these others skills on their resumes.
- Web Designer
- UI/UX Designer
- Webmaster / Administrator
- Artist / Illustrator
- Multimedia Designer / Animator
*This information shows common career paths. However, not all of these transitions will show career advancement because people pursue new opportunities for a wide variety of reasons.
This category displays jobs that require similar education and/or skills to the selected occupation.
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Job-Specific Matches help you find civilian careers that take advantage of some of the skills you gained in your military role.
Job-Category Matches provide an opportunity to learn new skills while still using skills common to those from your general occupational background.
Soft-Skill Matches help you identify places to start fresh. These jobs may not use the specific expertise you developed in your Military Role but they will take full advantage of the soft skills you have been learning since basic training: leadership, organization, communication, teamwork, and dependability.
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