Interior designers by:litzy collazo arellano

Nature of Work

They make interior spaces functional ,safe, and to your taste of style by determining the space of the home and the requirements. They read the blueprints and must be aware of your building codes.

Training, Qualifications and Advancement

The education you need to become one is a bachelor’s degree is usually required, as are classes in interior design, drawing, and computer-aided design. You also will need Licensure requirements vary by state.


they work in clean and comfortable offices. What I like about that is that they have their own place to come up with new ideas and work one on one with the person they are working with at the time.

Job Outlook

employment of interior designers is projected to grow 4 percent from 2014 to 2024, slower than the average for all occupations. Designers will be needed to respond to consumer expectations that the interiors of structures such as residential homes or office spaces meet certain conditions, such as being environmentally friendly and more easily accessible.

Projections Data

Interior designers held about 58,900 jobs in 2014 and it is 30%

Earnings $48,840 per year and $23.48 per hour

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  • Architects
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