Websites are more important today than ever! Good web developers are in high demand.
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Websites for large companies and businesses are often built and maintained by teams of web developers. Some members of the team focus on the design and the look of a website, while others focus on how they function and how users will get around the site. Depending on your role, your daily tasks will vary. But often, as a web developer, you will: design graphics, write code, add content, test sites, gather feedback, think through problems, and make changes to fix them.
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New workers generally start around $19 per hour or $40,387 per year. Normal pay for web developers is $71,047 per year, while highly experienced workers can earn as much as $126,473.