After all the ‘trendy’ new jobs for web designers, there’s a lot of buzz around them.

A new study, however, says that most are just jobs that are just for show.

The article says: “It’s a bit of a conundrum for designers and developers alike: if a new career opportunity is so appealing that people are attracted to it, why not just stay at home?

And why not?”

The survey, which was conducted by the consultancy App Annie, surveyed 6,400 web designers and 2,800 developers about the jobs they wanted.

About three-quarters of the respondents were men and most of them were in their 20s or 30s.

They are looking for “design jobs for a variety of design and development roles, including web designers”The respondents were asked a series of questions to help them determine their own job and career goals.

They were also asked to describe the type of work they were looking for and the type and amount of compensation they would be paid.

In most cases, respondents said they would prefer to work as a web designer for less than $10 an hour.

Most said they were seeking to work for a “web designer with a passion for design”.

About 90% of the designers surveyed were looking to move into “a paid professional position”.

They also said they wanted to work in the business, software or engineering field.

They were also interested in work in a number of creative fields, from graphic design to web design.

“For the most part, the people we interviewed are looking to continue to develop their skills and to get paid well,” the survey concluded.

There are also jobs in design and graphic design, web development and web development support.

The survey said the majority of web designers were looking towards jobs that required some degree of technical or design knowledge, but there were also positions in graphic design and UX that were being offered.

It’s worth noting that the survey did not look at how many people were looking at jobs as freelance designers, or in other creative industries such as film or music.