In the UK, the average web designer can expect to earn about £31,000 a year. However, if you were to be doing the same job at Facebook, that would jump up to £84,700, while at Microsoft you could be taking home £78,900 and at Apple £73,000.
Yes, working as a web designer has many benefits – you get to use your creative side, often working on interesting projects at the forefront of technology and marketing – but the big question is whether or not you’ll be sufficiently well paid for what you do.
In the following infographic, Nimbus Hosting has taken a closer look at what web designers get paid across the UK – providing insight into average salary growth and expectations, top locations for web designers and gender differentials.
Click on the graphic for an expanded view.