The average freelance web designer earns between $60,000 and $100,000 annually, according to job site Indeed.

It’s a salary gap that’s getting wider, and not just for designers.

A few years ago, the median web designer salary was around $70,000.

Now, it’s around $90,000, according, and that number is expected to rise even further this year.

The median freelance designer is expected in 2016 to earn between $70K and $80K, according the report.

The freelance industry has seen a big change in the past few years, and the web designer industry is no exception.

While there is still a lot of work to be done, it is now more profitable to earn an income in the industry, according ToeTap.

In fact, freelance web design has been growing rapidly for the past two years.

There are now nearly 20,000 freelance web designers, according an article on the job site.

In 2015, there were just 10,000 freelancers working in the web design field.

In 2016, there are now over 45,000.

“That’s because the industry is becoming more professional and easier to navigate, said Mark Z. Cohen, president of Zoho Web Design and Content, which manages the Web Design Jobs website.

It also makes it more affordable, he said.

In fact, the salary gap between freelance and full-time web designers is shrinking, Cohen said.

He noted that freelance designers now earn about $60k a year, compared to the $100K to $200K salaries they made in the early 2000s.”

There’s a shift toward becoming more of a freelancer model and a more professional model.

That’s a very positive thing,” he said, adding that he thinks more people will start using freelance webdesigners for their own work.

The Web Design Job Report 2015 also highlights some of the reasons people might want to be a freelance designer.

According to a recent survey, the most common reason people are looking to work in the design industry is to pay off student loans.

The study found that 75 percent of respondents said they had used a freelance design business or business to pay for college tuition, while 27 percent said they have used a freelancing company to pay college costs.

Other reasons people are choosing to be freelancers include being paid more than the salary they’re making in the other fields they are interested in.

In a new survey of 2,500 freelance web professionals, 57 percent said their salary is “fairly or very high” compared to 28 percent who said it’s “fair or not that high.””

But what is most important is that you have the skills, the experience, the drive to succeed.”