No doubt, graphic design is a very lucrative career path and anyone aspiring to become a graphic designer should be encouraged. However, it is a very vast field and before entering, one should determine what kind of graphic designer one wants to be.

There are many sub-divisions within the broad field of graphic design. A person should decide upon what niche to explore based on his or her aptitude and skill set.

Wan Munirah of Design Taxi is helping to make a right choice:

Infographic: Which Graphic Design Career Suits You?

By Wan Munirah, 19 Nov 2014

If you are looking to expand your portfolio in graphic design, do you know which speciality suits you best?

Created by ZillionDesigns, this infographic lists down the requirements and estimated annual salary for the various career options in the industry.

From entry-level positions such as logo and print designers, to managerial positions like the art/creative director, find out how you too can reach these ranks in the infographic below.

Read the full guide here..

Background knowledge and expected earnings also play a significant role in deciding the career path within graphic designing that a person will take.

Graphic designers are in great demand and corporaions of all sizes are willing to hire even the entry level people with the right skill set.

Vladimir Gendelman of Company Folders is also elaborating the available choices for you:

Which Print Graphic Design Career is Right for You?

july 22, 2014 by vladimir gendelman

So you’ve got a talent for print graphic design and an interest in the print industry—you may be asking yourself, “where do I go from here?” It can be intimidating breaking into a new field or looking for a new job opportunity, especially if you’re not aware of the types of career options you might have.

Before you settle for making print design something you do “on the side,” take a look at some of this exciting graphic design career info within the print industry. Each one of them can help you support yourself while you explore your interest in print design.

Complete post is here..

Roberto Blake is illustrating how to plan a graphic design career in this video:

Now you are all geared up to start an awesome Graphic Design career.