It seems like Instructional Designers are becoming more and more common across America. But working conditions for Instructional Designers aren’t the same everywhere in the U.S.
Although there are abundant Instructional Designer jobs in America, a large number of them are in the West.
District of Columbia is the best state in the country for Instructional Designer jobs, and District of Columbia has the second-highest median salary in the country.
62% of people in the field are White, while 13% are Hispanic or Latino.
an Instructional Designer will most commonly be promoted to Senior Instructional Designer.
In order to bring you the best states for Instructional Designers, we figured that the states needed to not only have ample job openings for Instructional Designers, but also high pay, and good career prospects.
To determine the above criteria, we looked at the our most recent data, and then we ranked each of the 50 states from best to worst for Instructional Designers.
We also have the current list of job openings for Instructional Designers available below.
Finally, here is the list of all states from best to worst for Instructional Designer jobs.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
1. District of Columbia