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A career in graphic design is very versatile. With a degree in graphic design, you can work as a graphic designer, web designer, creative director, film and video editor, marketing manager, art director, multimedia artist, product designer, animator, and more. Graphic design professionals are in huge demand today across various industries.
A bachelor's degree in graphic design, visual arts or a related field is the minimum educational qualification required for this role. You must be highly creative and artistic if you wish to pursue a career in graphic design. Outstanding visual, verbal and written communication skills are essential in this role. You must also have the time-management, and organizational skills to be able to work independently and meet deadlines.
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