The minimum educational requirement for a LEGO designer is typically a bachelor’s degree in product or industrial design or mechanical engineering. Those who work at the signature LEGOLAND theme parks in Florida and California usually have bachelor’s degrees in animation or graphic design.
What skills do I need to be a Lego designer?
For my role, you need a good understanding of design with an eye for detail, topped off with some business sense. But above all, you need heaps of passion to keep the team motivated to come up with the best ideas. Plus, of course, a little element of not wanting to grow up is healthy in the world of toys!
How hard is it to get a job at LEGO?
It’s going to be very difficult to get a job, don’t expect to be hired out of college. It is possible, but you have to be very very good. It is probably a good idea to start learning Danish. This is also true, it is a rare and much sought after job.
How much money does a Lego master builder make?
So how much does a LEGO master builder make? Reportedly just $37,500 per year salary. Yes, one of the most exclusive jobs in the world can barely make a living wage. So when LEGO Masters awards the winners — the most skilled team of LEGO architects — $100,000, it’s a huge deal for these LEGO aficionados.
Can you get paid to build LEGOs?
Apprentices typically make $10 per hour, senior builders $12 and full-time master builders can start at a salary of around $37,500 annually, according to Priceonomics. Huffington Post went behind-the-scenes with Master Builder Chris Steininger to explore what it’s like to work with LEGOs for a living.