U.S. fashion designer salaries soar 1% in June – Bloomberg

Updated July 18, 2018 11:55:21The median salary of a U.K.-based designer in June rose by a quarter of a percent to $3.4 million, according to data from The Economist.

The figure beats forecasts for a 0.2 percent gain, while a 0% increase in the median wage would bring the average to $2.9 million, said The Economist’s senior global economist Simon Wheatcroft.

The rise is mostly due to rising demand for the designer’s services, said the report.

The average designer in the U.L.A. metro area earned $1.932 million in salary last month, up from $1 million a year earlier, according a report from Bloomberg.

The average U.B.C.-based design executive earned $2 million last month.

The U.U.K. was the only country where salaries rose.

The median salary for U.N. designer Marie-Antoinette Chantelois rose by $0.7 million to $5.2 million.

The median U.A.-based consultant earned $3 million last year.

The report said U.F.O. designers were among the best paid in the world.

The Economist’s forecast for the average designer’s salary is based on average wages and salaries paid by other designers.

It does not include consultants or other employees who work for the U-K.

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