Web development is a broad term used to describe the creation, programming, testing and upkeep of a website or multiple websites on the internet (or occasionally on an intranet). Graduates of web development courses find work in small or large web design and development firms serving multiple customers, or as in-house developers in various small businesses, corporations or government agencies. There is also a significant number of self-employed web developers who work on a freelance basis.
Web Developer Job Description
• Consultation with clients to establish site parameters
• Development of website architecture
• Hardware and software selection
• Information organization
• Working in conjunction with web designers and other developers
• Optimization of site content
• Site coding
• Conducting site tests and troubleshooting
Web Developer Projected Demand
In the web development field, the amount of available jobs is significantly greater than the numbers of properly trained and skilled web developers looking for work. This increasing demand is projected to continue as more companies rely on web marketing to bring in business. The average salary for web developers in Canada is $48, 812, not including additional opportunities for bonuses and profit sharing.
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