Explore the career outlook and prospects of an Adobe Experience Manager specialization. Our free report provides focused information on projected growth, interview tips, market rate, and what recruiters and hiring managers are looking for in this exciting and challenging role geared toward expert technologists.
Here’s a sneak peek of what our report covers and why AEM is an amazing opportunity for specialized IT candidates:
WHY APPLY FOR AN AEM ROLE?
An AEM oversees the development and implementation of content management solutions and enhances the user experience. This role is a great technology to specialize in because you can make a good living and have the flexibility of working on diverse projects. In fact, AEM candidates can bring in 40% more than someone with a more generalized IT skillset. Own your specialization and work for a company where your AEM talent will flourish!
GET PAID WHAT YOU’RE WORTH:
Did you know that an average individual with an AEM skillset receives 5-7 Linkedin solicitations per week? There are currently more AEM opportunities than talented niche candidates out there. Beware of low-cost service providers that might potentially pay significantly below the market rate, thus undervaluing candidates. Our salary report helps you overcome the hurdle of being underpaid while learning how to level up your AEM skills, elevate your niche value, and make more money.
STAND OUT IN AN INTERVIEW
The Adobe Experience Manager talent pool is becoming much more saturated with candidates who say they do AEM, but don’t really have the skill set companies are looking for. This is why it’s important to own your skillset and set yourself apart from other candidates. We provide tips on how to spruce up your digital networking presence and achieve the results your employer wants to see.
COMPANIES YOU MAY WANT TO AVOID
Finding the right company that actually values your talent can be difficult. We provide personalized and experience-driven advice on how to navigate better career prospects that recognize your high value. In this report, we also shed light on why working with a specialized technical recruiter instead of HR is a better route. Our do’s and don’ts give you tips on a faster hiring time while reducing your stress during the entire recruiting process!