Occupation Profile for Commercial and Industrial Designers
Develop and design manufactured products, such as cars, home appliances, and children's toys. Combine artistic talent with research on product use, marketing, and materials to create the most functional and appealing product design.
- Commercial and industrial designers usually work closely with a range of specialists including engineers, materials scientists, marketing and corporate strategy staff, cost estimators, and accountants.
- About 30 percent are self-employed; many designers work for services firms.
- A bachelor’s degree is usually required to start; many designers pursue a master’s degree.
- Keen competition for jobs is expected; those with strong backgrounds in engineering and computer-aided design and extensive business expertise will have the best prospects.
108 Commercial and Industrial Designer Jobs Found
URS Corporation - WA - Seattle - posted about 1 month ago
Engineered Air - KS - De Soto - posted 6 days ago
Bergaila and Associates - TX - Houston - posted 26 days ago
Aerotek - CO - Denver - posted 2 days ago
Adecco Technical - MO - St. Louis - posted 8 days ago
Aerotek - VA - Richmond - posted 6 days ago
Zodiac Seat Shells - CA - Santa Maria - posted 21 days ago
Aerotek - TN - Nashville - posted 7 days ago
Adecco Technical - PA - York - posted 5 days ago
Ross Engineering - OK - Oklahoma City - posted 21 days ago
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