Getting a Job in Architecture and Design

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W. W. Norton & Company, 2008 - Architecture - 208 pages
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Some designers look for jobs. Some designers get them - good ones. Readers of this book will join the ranks of the latter group. The process of job hunting is as important as the job itself. Better job-hunting practices lead to better jobs. Better jobs bring about greater professional fulfillment, stability, and reward - financial and otherwise. Through feast and famine, good design jobs are always available; it is just a matter of finding them.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
JOB RESEARCH
25
OCCUPATIONS
53
RESUMES AND PORTFOLIOS
85
THE INTERVIEW 1 1 1
102
MONEY 1 33
125
RELOCATING FOR WORK
153
STARTING A NEW JOB
175
Largest 100 Interior Design Firms in the US
191
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David W. Patterson is a registered architect who lives and works in New York City.

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