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2012 Design Salary Survey

From HOW Magazine November 2012

By Michelle Taute / Infographics by Ronson Slagle

Format: eBook

SKU# U4606

You'll Love This Download If:

  • You're ready to see where your salary stands
  • You want to see why the future is optimistic, and how to take advantage of it
  • You're a fan of gorgeous infographics

This download is an infographic and analysis of salary statistics for graphic designers in 2012. It was feature in HOW Magazine's November 2012 issue, the Business & Career Annual.

Want to know how graphic design salaries are holding up in the recession? Overall, paychecks are slightly down according to HOW’s latest survey. But there’s good news, too: Signs point to a job market that’s heating back up.

In the 2012 Design Salary Survey You'll Find:

  • The statistical results of our extensive survey of designer's salaries
  • Infographics breaking down the numbers
  • A written analysis of the numbers and what they mean for you

No matter how many times we shake our Magic 8 Ball, we can’t seem to find a clear answer on when, exactly, the recession will end. Luckily, HOW’s latest salary survey provides more concrete information about the design economy. Let’s start with the not-so-good news: The national average salary for graphic designers is down just over three percent. But after talking with experts around the country, we discovered what those numbers don’t tell us: Hiring appears to be on its way back up.

SKU U4606
Author/Speaker/Editor Michelle Taute / Infographics by Ronson Slagle
Format eBook
ISBN 13 9781440331695

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For a paid ebook, I was expecting some details, maybe a few tables showing salary ranges, stats, job title descriptions, methodology, etc. This thing is just a measly 3-page pdf that lists average salaries for 5 regions, and then average salary by job, but there are no in-depth numbers whatsoever. It shows only AVERAGES, so you don't even get an idea of the high and low ranges. I feel ripped off.

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