Creative professionals have seen opportunities and challenges arise from the pandemic. Marketing teams continue to shift priorities to focus on digital initiatives to engage customers in a socially distant world. Creative professionals have had to swiftly adapt to changing strategies, technologies and workspaces.

To learn more about creatives’ careers and workplace preferences, The Creative Group partnered with AIGA, the professional association for design, to survey more than 400 of their members who work at in-house creative departments and agencies in the United States.

Overall, the research revealed remote work is working for a majority of creatives, allowing for improved work-life balance and flexibility. Yet, many are concerned about their career advancement and keeping skills current with the rapid pace of technological change.

Check out the SlideShare below for highlights and key takeaways from our survey.

Creative Career and Workplace Research from Robert Half