Designers are in a class of their own.
They earn a salary that is comparable to their design work and are not paid overtime or bonuses for their work.
However, with a career that is so demanding, some people choose to take a risk and work part-time instead of full-time.
A new report from the HR firm McKinsey & Co suggests that, in a recent survey, designers earned an average of $30,000 a year.
The firm also found that, while a lot of designers still prefer to work part time, they do not necessarily want to take that risk.
One designer, a veteran, said, “If I could get paid $40,000 for an hour of work and then have to go back to full-timers, I would definitely be doing that.”
A new study by McKinsey found that designers earn an average salary of $50,000 A study by HR firm HR firm found that designers earn an annual salary of more than $50 million a year, or $1.2 billion a year (more than triple the amount of the top 2 million earners).
Designers work in a field that is expected to grow significantly in the next decade, and the average age of designers is now in its thirties and forties.
The average design job pays $75,000 per year, but some designers are taking a little longer to reach their goal.
“We can see an increase in the average salary, but we’re not seeing an increase for those who are just starting out,” said Laura Jansen, an HR manager with McKinsey who led the HR research.
“They’re still getting the salary they deserve.”
For designers, finding the right career path is tricky, especially when it comes to part-timing.
“A lot of people have the idea that it’s the best career,” said Jansen.
“But it’s really not.
You need to know what you’re doing to know how it’s going to be the best.”
What you should know about part- time work If you work parttime, the following tips can help you figure out what you should be doing if you decide to work a part- or full- time job: Learn about the benefits of part- and full-times.
While you can find a job with a higher hourly rate, part- times can often mean lower benefits.
“When you’re part-timer, you get paid for your time and you’re compensated for your work,” said Jane Gagliano, the HR director at Workplace Connection.
But there’s no guarantee you’ll make the same amount of money as a full-timer.
“There are a lot more perks,” she said.
If you’re not sure, look for the part-times listed on your job application, or contact your employer’s HR department.
Find out how much your employer expects to pay you.
If your employer is a part of a union or is a large company, it may be a good idea to talk to your union representative to figure out how you can negotiate a better pay deal.
You might also want to consider what kind of benefits you get when working part- hours.
“If you’re an independent contractor, you’re getting overtime and paid sick days,” said Gaglico.
“That’s your main job.
If there are benefits for part-sitchers, they might also be able to offer benefits that a full time job doesn’t.”
For instance, if you’re a part time employee who earns $5 an hour, and your employer gives you $5 per hour for each hour you work, your employer would be paying you $3,500 per year.
However that could change if your employer offers a full pay package.
If that’s the case, consider taking part-day or full days off instead.
Find your career path.
“It’s all about how you approach it,” said Janice Lofholm, the vice president of HR for The Washington Post.
“What are you looking for in your career, and how much are you willing to take?
Are you willing and able to take on some additional responsibilities, or are you just going to accept that part-and-day status and keep doing what you do?”
It’s important to have your career in perspective.
While part- & full-days may seem like a great way to earn extra money, it doesn’t make it easier to find work or keep it if you lose interest.
“You need to be able the market for your job to be where you’re going to have a strong enough job to sustain you,” said Lofhholm.
Find a full day job that matches your needs.
For example, if your current job pays you $8.80 an hour and offers a $4,000 weekly salary, you might want to look for a job that offers a starting salary of around $10,000.
“For many designers, part time jobs are not really a career path,” said