Do you wonder which states in the U.S. are the best for Instructional Design Managers?
If so, we have the full list of best to worst states for Instructional Design Manager jobs for you to check out and see if you think it's time to move and start new.
Because not all states fare the same when it come to job opportunity and pay.
We wanted to look at where Instructional Design Managers have it the best -- where there are plenty of jobs to go around and people get paid what they deserve during every phase of their career.
64% of people in the field are White, while 13% are Hispanic or Latino.
Our research put Connecticut at no. 1 on the list of best paying states for Instructional Design Managers. District of Columbia, Alaska, and Oregon also ranked high on our list.
In order to help Instructional Design Managers decide where to work, we compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across the metrics mentioned above.
Our data set includes average annual wages, entry and senior wages, and the number of available jobs per capita.
Some of the companies that are hiring for Instructional Design Managers include Baker Hughes, a GE and Microsoft Corporation.
Below is the list of the best states for Instructional Design Managers.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
2. District of Columbia
7. New Jersey