Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
Whether one is currently hiring talent, looking for a new job, or seeking a promotion, it is important to remain informed about their Personal Career Profile. Profiles, a staffing and recruiting agency providing jobs for Marketing, Creative, Web and IT professionals, has their finger on the pulse of what is required to be a competitive Web Designer in today's job market.
Profiles has gathered the latest statistics to create an overview of the salary expectations, supply and demand, and the key skill sets needed to be a competitive Web Designer in the Mid-Atlantic job market. Use this tool to adjust perceptions, and propel one’s professional growth.
Every website was first imagined by a Web Designer. Web Designers are the source of not simply websites, but an experience utilizing dynamic components, user friendliness, and visuals. The ever-evolving need for web designs is continually producing new opportunities for these professionals, especially through the increased use of tablets and mobile. Through these new mediums, Web Designers must understand their client, the product/service, and the audience in order to create an engaging experience.
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Profiles is a unique staffing agency specializing in marketing, creative, and interactive. For the past decade, they have served the needs of our Clients and Talent by matching the best candidates with the best companies in the Mid-Atlantic Region. They staff Online Marketing, Creative, Web and IT jobs in Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Richmond. Profiles reduces the average weekly time spent to fill a position, and they offer competitive salaries, a 401(k) plan, weekly paychecks, holiday pay, bonus pay, and health benefits.