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PayScale, a US website that focuses on salary, work benefits and compensation data, has released its economic trend report that looks back at 2018 and sets predictions for 2019.

Technology-related occupations dominated its ‘Hottest Jobs in 2018’ list, shown below, comprising the year’s fastest growing job titles.

Full stack software developers saw the largest increase at 572% from 2017. This is largely due to more companies investing in their use of the internet, a progression that is also driving key graphic design skills for 2019.

Community engagement directors and lead graphic designers were not far behind on the chart, with the latter seeing a 234% increase from 2017. Graphic designers can work almost anywhere and fuse art with technology to create finished products.

According to Yahoo Finance, lead graphic designers enjoyed a median pay of US$47,900 in 2018.

Other creative job titles that made the list include motion graphic designers, senior mobile developers, and senior product designers.

See the infographic below and read PayScale’s full report, which includes the highest demand job areas for 2019 such as AI and digital marketing, here.

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[via Yahoo Finance, main image via Shutterstock]

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