Commercial and Industrial Designers
Wages & Outlook
Wages listed below are for a variety of experience and education levels. Make sure that you research the typical entry-level education and work experience and training requirements for this occupation.
This career pays above the statewide median wage.
Wages for Commercial and Industrial Designers *
Seven County Mpls-St Paul, MN
* "Low" indicates 25% of workers earn less and 75% earn more.
"Median" indicates 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more.
"High" indicates 75% of workers earn less and 25% earn more.
In Minnesota, there are 940 workers employed in this very small career.
Where do Commercial and Industrial Designers most often work?
- Miscellaneous Manufacturing
- Machinery Manufacturing
- Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods
- Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing
- Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers
This career is currently in low demand.
This career is seeing low growth compared to other careers.
There will be a need for about 717 new Commercial and Industrial Designers to meet market demand between 2020-2030. This includes the demand due to replacement (workers leaving the occupation or retiring) as well as growth.
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