Desktop Publisher Jobs in Tampa, FL

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Tampa, FL (6 miles from Tampa, FL)
and make results-based decisions Manage Captain Fear & Facebook Fan Group social accounts Skills & Abilities Ability to post social media content, including: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat...
18 days ago
St. Petersburg College - Saint Petersburg, FL (16 miles from Tampa, FL)
environment; Five or more years experience creating professional websites using standard web technologies including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript; Strong skills in graphic design, printing, layout, colors, typography...
30+ days ago
St. Petersburg College - Saint Petersburg, FL (16 miles from Tampa, FL)
environment; Five or more years experience creating professional websites using standard web technologies including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript; Strong skills in graphic design, printing, layout, colors, typography...
30+ days ago
St. Petersburg College - Saint Petersburg, FL (16 miles from Tampa, FL)
Compensation: Adjunct Pay Schedule Hours:VariesOpenings:1Department:Fine & Applied ArtsLocation:SeminoleKey Position Information: Bachelors degree with at least 18 semester hours in the discipline...
30+ days ago
Pasco-Hernando State College - Wesley Chapel, FL (19 miles from Tampa, FL)
Overview The adjunct instructor develops, prepares and teaches a variety of coursework. Adjunct faculty are employed on a term-by-term basis. Courses within the College may be taught during the...
45+ days ago
St Petersburg College - Saint Petersburg, FL (16 miles from Tampa, FL)
environment; Five or more years experience creating professional websites using standard web technologies including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript; Strong skills in graphic design, printing, layout, colors, typography...
60+ days ago

Demographic Data for Tampa, FL

Moving to Tampa, FL? Find some basic demographic data about Tampa, FL below.


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Desktop Publisher Online Courses and Training Opportunities

FDC3: Interoperability for the Financial Desktop
The ever-increasing pace of change on the financial desktop requires us to think differently about building software and enabling better and more efficient workflows. The move to micro-frontends,...

Publisher 2016
This course is designed to help students become comfortable with the tools of Microsoft Publisher, a desktop publishing application, and allow them to create professional-looking flyers, posters,...

Microsoft Publisher

MS Publisher is desktop publishing software used to create professional flyers, newsletters, and brochures for print, mail, or mail-merges. Publisher shines in the ease of picture placement and...


Salary for Desktop Publisher Jobs in Tampa, FL

This is the average annual salary for Desktop Publisher jobs in Tampa, FL as reported by the BLS.

$40,298

Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Desktop Publisher positions.

Highest Education Level

Desktop Publishers in Tampa, FL offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (62.2%)
  • Associate's Degree (14.9%)
  • Master's Degree (11.4%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (4.7%)
  • High School or GED (4.4%)
  • Some College (1.6%)
  • Doctorate Degree (0.5%)
  • Some High School (0.2%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Desktop Publishers in Tampa, FL
  • 1-2 years (39.1%)
  • 2-4 years (27.9%)
  • Less than 1 year (15.5%)
  • 8-10 years (14.3%)
  • 4-6 years (2.0%)
  • 10+ years (1.2%)

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