With the number of designers in the Swiss economy set to soar by a staggering 400% in just six years, many companies are looking to hire top designers from around the world to help make their jobs more efficient and productive.
The Swiss government, which has been using a quota system to attract top designers, is currently hiring more than 1,300 new designers in just the first six months of 2017.
In other words, there are now more than a hundred thousand Swiss designers working in the global economy right now, according to the Swiss Ministry of Finance.
That number will likely continue to grow in the years ahead, as companies look to fill the needs of their workers.
To put that into perspective, there were nearly 1.3 million design jobs worldwide in 2014, according the consulting firm McKinsey & Co. The government has said that it wants to hire at least a quarter of its designers by 2020, which is a goal that will likely require some creative leaps of imagination.
Here are a few things to know about Switzerland’s graphic design industry: 1.
Swiss graphic design salaries are more than double what they were in the U.S. in 2015.
It is not uncommon for designers to make up to 20% more than their U.K. counterparts.
While salaries in Switzerland are higher than those in the United States, they’re not necessarily as high as in the rest of the developed world.
A recent report from the consultancy Gartner showed that the median salary in Switzerland was $11,818 in 2015, which was roughly 20% higher than the median in the world in the same year.
In fact, the median hourly wage in Switzerland in 2015 was $12.78, compared to $10.84 in the US. 2.
Switzerland has a lot of top-notch designers.
A quick search on the Google Trends website will turn up more than 200,000 results for “Swiss designers.”
That’s more than two-thirds of all the top searches for designers worldwide.
That doesn’t include the number that have been asked to answer the question, “Why are Swiss designers so good?”
While many designers are drawn to Switzerland for the high-tech, advanced design that the country has to offer, there is also a huge range of design styles that are considered by some designers to be among the best.
Some of the best Swiss designers include: A.G.W. Burchfield, who worked on the design of the first Apple iPhone in 1976 and has been designing since the late ’80s; Paul Schlosser, a Swiss graphic designer who designed a number of high-end luxury goods and has worked on numerous high-profile brands like Zara, Louis Vuitton, and the designer Jean Paul Gaultier; and Dario Botta, a design and printing studio founded by designer J.R.
Switzerland’s designers have some unique ways of approaching the art of graphic design.
While many people in the international market think of designers working on large projects with large budgets, the reality is that designers have a very limited amount of time and money to spend on a design.
The average designer working on a project in Switzerland typically works one to three hours a day, with only a few hours to spend with their design.
Some designers are particularly dedicated to their work, while others are content to spend as little as possible.
In general, designers in Switzerland tend to be more focused on the details of the design, rather than its overall visual appeal.
The art of design is usually the final touch that really puts the design to the test.
The high quality of the Swiss graphic designers is a big drawcard.
According to the consultancy McKinsey, there have been more than 300 international clients who have used Swiss designers to produce their products.
That means that the Swiss design market is a very lucrative one, and Swiss graphic designs can be highly sought after in the high end of the market.
In addition to being an attractive market for high-dollar clients, Swiss graphic designing is also highly sought-after because of its high-quality.
It can take months to get a job done, so designers are constantly working on the next big project and trying to make it as perfect as possible for the client.
As a result, designers can often be more creative in their work than their peers in the American design industry.
Switzerland is home to some of the highest-profile designers in Europe.
In 2016, British designer David Pye founded the company Pye Creative, which specialized in design, branding, and printmaking.
The company has since gone on to create dozens of high quality designs, including a line of hand-embroidered watches, a line called Meeples, and an ad campaign for the airline EasyJet.
The Pye Group also produces clothing and accessories, including leather belts, hats, and jackets.
There are many talented Swiss designers who