Louisiana Graphic Design Schools

Louisiana Graphic Design Salaries & Working Conditions:

The average salaries for graphic designers in Louisiana are a lower than the national average. However, Louisiana also has a lower than average living expense that counteracts this lower salary, making Louisiana a solid choice in which to pursue a career in graphic design.

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A list of average graphic design salaries for Louisiana is available below:

Position Monthly Annual
Graphic Designer $3,800 $46,000
Multimedia Designer $4,500 $54,000
Production Artist $4,160 $50,000
Art Director $6,160 $74,000
Source: Indeed.com 2009    

Graphic Design Industry Outlook For Louisiana:

Louisiana is home to the vibrant New Orleans and at least 87 schools, many of which offer graphic design, providing a charismatic and rich backdrop for a student of graphic design. Web design is a career option that is growing rapidly and employing a large portion of graphic designers in Louisiana. While web design is a relatively new industry, it is a crucial part of a company’s image, advertising and marketing campaign.

Traditionally, a graphic designer is concerned with the actual look and feel of a website but today many also work with the development and functionality as well. A working knowledge of the technology required to perform these types of duties will create a resume that is highly desirable in this day and age of the internet.

Schools offering online and campus-based education programs in Louisiana:



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