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Why BLVCK DIVMOND?
The BLVCK DIVMOND difference is that we understand marketing and branding. Our firm is passionate about it and the success of your company. For the past three years we have continued to execute upon a strategic web design & redesign process that employs only the best website practices that preserve what is working for your business.
The end result means, you get more than just a beautiful & elegant design, you get an integrated solution that blends and enhances with all of your marketing. There are many design firms that you can choose from, some even cheaper than us. What you get from us is a trusted partner and indispensable resource that delivers exceptional VALUE. We have heard it all before, websites that don’t work, pretty designs that don’t convert, so we put all hands on deck to create the most compelling and impressive website and we hold your hands throughout the entire process.
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Want to earn more this year? These are the jobs you should be aiming for.
You probably didn’t get into a creative line of work to earn a fortune, unless you’re angling to be a creative director at a top agency.
But if you’re feeling the pinch and could do with a change of direction, here’s some good news from staffing specialists Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group. They’ve been putting together their 2017 Salary Guides, and they’ve identified the creative jobs that are likely to see the biggest pay hikes over the coming year, and they’ve created a handy infographic to illustrate where the big pay packets are to be had.
The biggest gains are to be had in web design and development; frontend web developers with one to three years’ experience are expected to see starting salaries rise by about 7.2 per cent in 2017, while mobile designers will be looking at pay rises of around 6.8 per cent.
It’s also a great time to be a user experience designer, with a 6.1 per cent rise on the cards, while content strategists are in line for an extra 5.4%.
The big money, of course, is to be earned on the technical side of things; a data scientist can expect to take home up to $163,500, while a big data engineer can bring in up to $196,000.
“Companies continue to seek out highly skilled professionals who can drive digital initiatives that will help them meet business goals and increase revenue,” says John Reed, senior executive director at Robert Half. “Although employers are taking a measured approach to hiring, they’re moving quickly and paying competitively when they identify tech and creative candidates who are a good fit for their organisation, given the tight labour market with low unemployment rates.”
In short, if you’re willing to put the time in and learn some heavyweight skills, you could be taking home quite a bit more every month.