“Web developer” is a job description that has existed for a while now, and in the minds of many Millennials it’s as old as the hills. However, as long as companies have an Internet presence, they’ll always need someone to design, maintain and develop it. This makes the job ideal for Millennials, who grew up with Internet technology and aren’t intimidated by it.
Web developers employ their skills in many professional settings, with both full-time and freelance hours. They should have the people skills necessary to translate convoluted Internet jargon into plain English for the benefit of the technological neophytes who employ them. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the mean annual salary for web developers is $79,370.