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How to Become a UX Designer

Is UX Design a Good Career?

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Yes, UX design is a good career. Given the UX Designer’s involvement at so many stages of a project’s life cycle, UX Designers are one of the most in-demand positions in technology, with 87 percent of hiring managers saying that acquiring UX Designers is a top priority. Job site Indeed recently ranked UX Designer as the fifth most in-demand role in tech, and there’s reason to believe demand is only poised to rise.

There’s another compelling reason UX design is a good career choice: a high salary. According to Indeed, Graphic Designers bring home a median wage of $37,000 a year—compared to $89,000 for UX Designers. UX Designers are also treated well at the office: Forbes ranked it the second-best job for work–life balance.

Are UX Designers in Demand?

Yes, UX Designers are heavily in demand across all industries. An Adobe study that canvassed 500 managers and department heads found that 87 percent of managers said hiring more UX Designers was their organization’s top priority, and 73 percent vowed to hire more UX Designers over the next five years. Nearly two-thirds—63 percent—said they had hired five or more UX Designers during the previous year.

What Are the Most Common Job Titles in UX Design?

There is huge diversity in UX design job titles, partly because UX Designers work across so many different industries—too many to list here. Here are a few of the most common UX Designer job titles you may encounter during a job search:

  • UX Designer
  • User Researcher
  • UX Researcher
  • Usability Tester
  • Data Analyst
  • Information Architect
  • Experience Designer
  • Interaction Designer
  • Information Architect
  • UX Strategist
  • UX Architect
  • UX Product Manager
  • UX Analyst
  • UX Engineer
  • UX Developer
  • Product Designer
  • Visual Designer
  • Content Strategist
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