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Fourge Social Part Time Graphic Designer

Kendall Hunt Publishing

Dubuque, IA

4 days ago
Senior Graphic Designer

Experity, Inc

Minneapolis, MN

4 days ago
Graphic Designer


San Diego, CA

6 days ago
Graphic Designer

Building Talent, LLC

Palo Alto, CA

4 days ago
Sr. Graphic Designer

The Motion Agency

Chicago, IL

Graphic Design Coordinator


Omaha, NE

2 days ago
Graphic Designer-Canada

Little Caesars

Detroit, MI

2 days ago
Graphic Design Specialist II

Artech Information Systems LLC

North Chicago, IL

4 days ago
Graphic Designer / Production Specialist


Durham, NC

2 days ago

Graphic Design Jobs Overview

Graphic designers inform, inspire, and communicate through creative visuals such as logos and motion graphics. Graphic design jobs combine art with technology to create digital art that's crucial to marketing brands, services, and products. Just think about it: Popular companies have such recognizable logos that we know their brands as soon as we see that one image. That's all thanks to graphic designers.

Graphic design is a great career choice for creative people with an eye for color, composition, form, and style. You'll meet with clients and art directors, do research, gather information and materials, and use computer programs to create and design layouts. You'll also present your ideas, drafts, and concepts; contribute to team projects; and attend workshops to stay up to date on the latest design software.

You can also widen your job search and employment opportunities by looking at other art jobs. Or maybe scout for comparable jobs such as:

Graphic Designer Education and Skills

Graphic designers usually need to have a bachelor's degree in graphic design, visual arts, or illustration along with a myriad of skills. Most graphic design college programs include courses like:

  • design principles
  • commercial graphics production
  • computer design
  • website design
  • marketing

For some graphic design jobs, a degree in a related field—other art degrees like animation, industrial design, or interior design—or an extensive portfolio that demonstrates your creative capabilities might be sufficient. Artistic, creative, communication, and computer skills are vital alongside attention to detail and flexibility.

Update Your Graphic Design Resume

Turning your professional experience into a snazzy resume and cover letter that stands out from among the crowd of applicants is one of the first steps you need to take before applying to that dream job. Need help getting started? Take a look at our graphic designer sample resume to feel inspired to create your own. Then, don't forget to check out Monster's graphic designer cover letter sample. A well-written cover letter that explains how you'll use your design expertise to bring value to your new employer will help you get noticed by hiring managers.

Interviewing for a Graphic Design Job

Well done, you've landed an interview! To help you prepare for the meeting, read our interview questions for graphic designers and wow your future employer by giving strong answers. Some questions you might be asked are:

  • What is your experience with designing for websites?
  • How does your creative process work?
  • What people, processes, and/or budgets do you have experience managing?
  • How have you used Software Program X in your daily work?

How Much Do Graphic Design Jobs Pay?

Let's face it: As much as you might love your new job, you still need money to cover your living expenses. And you deserve to get paid what you're worth. The median pay for a graphic design job is $23.19 an hour. Check out Monster's Salary Guide to learn what you'd be earning in your area and what next steps you might want to take to advance your career.

Graphic Design Jobs Are Just One Click Away on Monster

Don't hesitate any longer—it's time to start applying. You just need to bring the skills and a little confidence, and we'll guide you along the way. Create a Monster profile today, and we'll connect you with recruiters, help you to build a professional network, and supply personalized career advice straight to your inbox.