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User Experience Careers | Nielsen & Norman

Marcella M.
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User Experience Careers

Found on N/N Group website. You can download a 189 Page report for free.
This 189-page free report analyzes how UX pros educated and trained themselves for their careers. We surveyed 963 people working in the field to find out what they do at work, what is most useful to know, and which kinds of people thrive in UX research, interaction design, and information architecture.

Article on research findings: User Experience Career Advice

Topics

Basics: What user experience is and what UX pros actually do.
Satisfaction: Most UX professionals love what they do, because their work is fulfilling and the jobs pay well.
What to learn: Job roles and activities are very diverse, making many kinds of education and backgrounds applicable. Find out which classes are the most useful and what kind of tools to learn.

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