Yacht Designer Emily Barber 7th

TYPE OF WORK

Yacht designers work in manufacturing process for leisure sail and motor yachts. They also work with engineers and with clients to make custom leisure water crafts, including powerboats and sailboats.

SALARY

Yacht designers get paid $93,110 per year or $44.76 per hour.

WORKING CONDITIONS

They work indoors but sometimes go outdoors to test out the yachts or maintain the ships they have designed or built.

THE WORK SPACES

You would think that yacht designers work normally work in a lab but they actually work in an office. That is where they have access to computer and other tools necessary for designing the yacht.

MAJOR JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

In order to make a yacht you need to have to important parts like attraction and it has to be desirable to their clients.

JOB DEMAND?

There is a 2% job growth for industrial and a 9% growth for naval ( measured in 2014 predicted till 2024).

EDUCATION

What college degree do I need to a yacht designer? The required degree is a Bachelor but you can have a graduate degree.

The many different types of yachts.

Sources

  • bls.gov
  • study.com

Credits:

Created with images by Pexels - "boat dawn dusk" • skeeze - "sailboats lake vessels" • Unsplash - "boats marina dock" • paulbr75 - "luxury yacht boat speed" • 3dman_eu - "sailing vessel sailing boat sail" • eriger - "ship tyre evening"

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