I'm planning on going to school to be an industrial designer. I'm wondering how much of an industrial designer's job would be considered creative, what the pay is like, the difficulty in finding a job, and the location of such jobs. Do you enjoy being an industrial designer?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I'm looking into interior design as a possible career choice, what do you need to be an interior designer?
I want to do the media studies course at my local college but not sure what jobs I can go into after wards or what would be a realistic job I could go into. I don't want to be left jobless after the course because there is nothing I can do.
P.S I don't need to do any A levels do I, I can just go straight to college?
I am considering switching my major to Art. I'm not sure what kind of job i could get with it though. Is there anyone who has a degree in art or knows someone who does? Any ideas of what i could do?
If so, what kind of salary are we talking about?
And also, is there much job security?
Obviously most serious research jobs are out without more education, but I'd like more options. Teaching (elementary or high school) is the only one I could think of. Thanks.
I have a passion for fashion and I would love to find a job that fits my interests,but I don't know much about the actual fashion industry (I know the models,I know the brands,but I'm a bit lost talking about the jobs).Can you name some jobs/careers that are related to the fashion industry?
I am a teenager wanting to start sewing my clothes. i want to be a designer, but don't know how to start. i have a sewing machine, and i can go get fabric, but i still dont know if i have to get a template or something or what clothing item to make first, ANYTHING! please help :(
I'm in high school taking advanced web design and I expect in college to be taking even more programming/ web design classes. I just wanted to know how little to how much an average web designer can make. Also do they usually get benefits too?
Im creative and drawing is my main pastime,i like fashion and designing things but apart from 'fashion designer' what are some good careers i should look into?
I'm 19 and I need a job that pays more then $300-$350 a week. I'm wanting to know if there is any jobs that pay around $700 with a morning shift or something.
I'm looking to dig deep here...there's the obvious commercial and industrial jobs, such as computer hardware and software, electrical circuits manufacturing, defense contractors, but what else? All I really know of are patent inspectors. And other fields that you know of, please share, thanks!
I want to be one when i grow up really bad but i want a big family to. how is it?
I have patterns for them to follow and fabric. I need about 35 garments made for samples. I dont what to charge them. I am considering finding a person in my city who can sew patterns, but I have no idea how much to pay them.
Im interested in becoming an architect and was researching how much they make a year. It had all different types of architects such as architect I, II, III, IV, V, Application systems architect, Client/server architect, and CRM application architect. Architect I made the least at $40,000 a year and CRM application architect making the most at $128,000 a year. My question is, is What is the difference between all of these? What do they all do? Thanks!
I like animals but not blood, and I enjoy fashion.........Only problem is that I live in Martinsville and there are no fashion designers in Martinsville!!!!
My previous career was as a computer programmer in the health claim field. I no longer wish to work as a computer programmer but need to come close that salary to maintain my home and pay my bills. Many of the jobs I see are more entry level than my skills and experience warrant.
Thanks for any help!
I will admit in a rookie when it comes to sowing and i want to design my own pants in the future. The only problem is: how am i going to be able to design the leg portion without sowing the leg potion together. I'm looking for experienced users answers only. Also, i already thought about removing the sown thread from the side of the leg to be able to work on the leg portion. If that's the only option let me know. Thanks.
its the outside portion, and thx for catching my mistake.
I'm guessing there's a kind of ladder from amateur to professional regarding the paychecks. But what's the average and how much is it at the top?