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Answer: I am an
eight-year experienced web designer.
Anyway, I believe it is a little bit odd to say that.
The adjective experienced
could denotate something else, for example, "you have endured / suffered something to acquire such knowledge".
In order to avoid doublespeak or pretentious language, I would rather say:
- I am a
web designer with eight years
- I acquired eight years of experience during my last jobs.
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