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Webmasters design, implement, and maintain Internet Web sites for corporations, educational institutions, nonpofit organizations, government agencies, or other institutions. Webmasters have working knowledge of network configurations, interface, graphic design, animation, software development, business, writing, marketing, and project management. The function of a webmaster encompasses many different responsibilities, which is why the position is often held by a team of individuals in a large organization. Webmasters are also known as Web developers, Web site managers, and Web site administrators. According to the Department of Labor, there are approximately 127,070 Web developers employed in the United.

Salary Range

$50,000 to $100,000

Minimum Education Level

Associate's Degree

Certification/License

Recommended

Outlook

Much Faster than the Average
Personality Traits

Creative

Problem-Solving

Technical

Career Ladder
Chief Web Officer, or Web Design Business Owner, or Web Developer

Webmaster

Worker in Other Computer/Internet-Related Position

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