Jobs in the graphic communications industry continue to increase in complexity. This requires individuals with a specialized knowledge and skill set to include verbal and written communication, math skills, computer literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving.
Many secondary schools offer graphic communications and imaging courses. For those individuals who seek additional more specialized education specific to the field, Associate degrees are available, as well as Baccalaureate degrees and Graduate degrees.
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