Graphic design is an exciting career that is always changing. Companies need tech-savvy designers to communicate their brand identity, create marketing and advertising materials, to design user-friendly websites, and more. If you love technology and being creative, this could be a lucrative career for you.
Becoming a graphic designer in New Jersey isn’t difficult, but it does require post-secondary education. While there are no licensing or credential requirements, most working graphic designers have a four-year degree or at a minimum, a two-year degree with all the required technical skills.