I'm applying to a job and I don't think a floral designer can fit under "retail", so what would it be?
I want to become a floral designer, I have a 2 month old and I think It would be fun and a nice job to work at home or my own place with m,y child. Is it hard and exspensive??
I'm trying to write a report about floral designers and their duties. are they the same jobs, and do they have the same duties?
I am currently studying to become a floral designer and want to get a portfolio together to present when inquiring about future jobs. I am trying to figure out the appropriate size photos to use.
Also, if you have any other suggestions for me about portfolios in general, I would really appreciate it. Thanks for the help!
I want to work in the floristry industry when I leave school but I don't know what jobs to think about. At the moment I work part-time at a florist, just basic stuff like cleaning, watering, making some bouquets and little arrangements, taking orders, etc.
I would love a job in a flower shop. I'm not afraid of getting messy or lifting heavy things. I am an artist so I know that I have an eye for design. Only problem is, all the jib listings want experience. How do I get my foot in the door?
I am looking for a job or internship to learn about floral designing and florists that do wedding and functions like that... I need somewhere near my home in south orange county..
I would like to take classes online to become one. I was just wondering if you enjoy your job? and the benefits of working in this field. Also how much can they make a year.I would love to know as much as possible. Thank you so much!
All the floral stores I have considered trying to work at all require you to have at least a year's worth of floral experience or trained in some way or another.
But that has created one of those endless loops; can't get the experience without working there and can't work there without the experience.
I'd honestly love to work at a place like them. I have my reasons, but I can't get into them.
Is there any sort of way I could work at those types of stores? I've worked at a few other places before, but nothing that's really help me here.
Are there any ways to get some sort of floral experience without having to work at a flower shop?
I am 23 years old. Lived on my own since I was 18, Havent gone to school yet. I have very little money saved because I started to pay off my debt, from when I messed up when i was 18. I am going next week to enroll in school to start at the end of the month, to be a Floral Designer, which I dreamed of when I was young but forgot about it till I got a knock in the head. So I want to save money and pay off my debt and get my credit better. I am on the way to doing all of this, but what do you suggest? I dont go out and blow my money, only on food and gas and an occasional peice of clothing, which i never pay much for. I dont go to bars and stuff. So what do you suggest? I just want to be happy with what I do
I am attending a University and my major is Landscape Architecture. I was wondering if I can use this major with floral and wedding designing. I love watching wedding shows on TV and I am completely attracted to the floral arrangements and designing the theme outdoors. Can someone tell me if this major is helpful to this future hopeful career?
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?
I don't have any professional experience in floral design but I did do all of my flower arrangements and bouquets for my wedding. I would like to start my own flower shop and would like to know of any classes or degrees that I would need to take. I don't have a degree in anything right now.
I am not going to college and I would like to know some straight out of high school jobs with a decent pay to afford a small apartment and daily needs.
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 want to major in fine arts and get a job in new york city designing and building parade floats. Any idea on where to look for a job doing this?
Im really interested in getting a part time job in a flower store. im wondering though, if i'll be able to arrange the flowers myself, or if ill just be selling them ... im not sure how flower shops work, but im mostly interested in arranging them. testimonies would be nice :)
I'm thinking barbie clothes designer.
I'm straight, just looking for funny answers.
I pretty much want a job with a professional setting. I'm 19 almost 20 and have only worked at T.G.I Friday's as a hostess. I really don't care about the pay all I really want to do is style people. How could I make a lasting impression on the managers when I ask for a job?
I'm not majoring in fashion of any sort I would just love to do it as a part-time job
Its my dream job here in the philippines but i dont know how to start with..