A shortage of experienced software developers means companies are willing to pay top dollar to recruit and retain these professionals. Base compensation for web developers is projected to increase 4.2 percent next year, to a range of $54,750 to $81,500.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 6, 2006
In response to the growing demand for highly qualified web development professionals, All Computer Schools.com has released an online Web Design and Development Resource Center featuring career and education information about the diverse field of web creation. According to Robert Half Technology's 2007 salary guide, "A shortage of experienced software developers means companies are willing to pay top dollar to recruit and retain these professionals. Base compensation for web developers is projected to increase 4.2 percent next year, to a range of $54,750 to $81,500."
As one of the few online resources targeted specifically to those interested in web developer careers, the Web Development Resource Guide features ranges of income for web developers, interviews with people in the web development field and a list of web developer career opportunities, as well as articles on web development training and certification.
Aimed at students attracted to front-end website design, the Web Design Resource Guide includes information on web designer job descriptions, salary estimates and career advice from professional web designers. It also provides advice on what to look for in a web design school or training program, different types of web design certification and the benefits of taking web design courses online.
"Web designers and developers are in high demand, it's a sector experiencing rapid expansion right now," says Doug Rosenberg, product manager for All Computer Schools. "However there are many niches within web design and development, and most people don't really know a lot about what web professionals really do. The Web Design and Development Resource Center is there to help people discover exactly where they might fit in this cutting edge field."
The launch of the Web Design and Development Resource Center is the first of many computer education and career guides scheduled to appear on All Computer Schools.
About All Computer Schools
All Computer Schools (http://www.all-computer-schools.com) is a website dedicated to helping people interested in developing careers in high tech fields such as IT, network administration and web design find the training they need to succeed. Users can search for computer schools, get information about education requirements and read articles about the industry.
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