The Graphic Designer Career Guide
Are you seeking a career as a Graphic Designer?
Employment is expected to grow about as fast as the average, with many new jobs associated with interactive media. A bachelor's degree in graphic design is usually required. Jobseekers are expected to face keen competition; individuals with Web site design and animation experience will have the best opportunities.
In The Graphic Designer Career Guide you'll discover:
* What those in this occupation do and the environment or conditions they work under...
* The education, training, qualifications, skills, abilities and experience you will need to work in this field...
* Where and who is hiring now for these positions...
* The chances for finding work and remaining employed based on demand and other economic considerations...
* The average annual pay and the factors that determine how much a person employed in this field may earn, along with any fringe benefits if available...
* Plus much more...
Included in this guide is a section listing 50 best job hunting, resume writing and interviewing tips.
Whether you're still figuring out what to do for a living or changing careers, you need a guide like this to help you make the right decision.
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