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AN­NUAL CRE­ATIVE IN­DUS­TRY SALARY GUIDE AND SUR­VEY www.bit.ly/ca262-cp­sur­vey

Creative­pool has sur­veyed more than 2,500 in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als across sec­tors in­clud­ing ad­ver­tis­ing, brand­ing, pub­lish­ing and web de­sign to pro­vide data on av­er­age salaries, along with other in­sights into ar­eas such as lev­els of ful­fil­ment and job se­cu­rity. For Com­puter Arts’ full re­port on the sur­vey re­sults in is­sue 256, see back is­sues on page 74.

DE­SIGN SALARY GUIDE www.co­roflot.com/ de­sign­salaryguide

Won­der­ing how much money a move abroad might get you? Dis­cover in­for­ma­tion on salaries and free­lance rates for spe­cific cre­ative roles in dif­fer­ent cities and re­gions across the world, us­ing this guide from global de­sign firm direc­tory Co­roflot.

FREE­LANCE RATE CAL­CU­LA­TOR www.our­nameis­mud.co.uk/fraq

Mud’s Free­lance Rates Cal­cu­la­tor can give you a quick, but in­formed es­ti­mate of how much you should charge for free­lance work based on your lo­ca­tion, skillset, age and ex­pe­ri­ence. It’s a fairly blunt in­stru­ment, but only takes a few sec­onds to get a ball­park fig­ure.

YOUR RATE www.hourlyrate.bee­wits.com

An­other free­lance rate cal­cu­la­tor, this one from Bee­wits, takes a dif­fer­ent ap­proach. Your Rate fo­cuses on how much you need to earn, rather than what you ex­pect to get paid. In other words, it helps you cal­cu­late how much you need to charge per hour, based on the life­style you plan or want to have, and any ex­penses that are associated with your free­lanc­ing work.

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