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Transcript of interior designer
They start by consulting with their clients about their needs and vision for the design project. Description Earnings Saleries for interior designers can vary widely depending on experience, reputation, and location. The highest salaries are generally earned by established designers in major cities.
Professional interior designers make an average of approximately $40,000 to $45,000 a year. Entry-level designers may make $25,000 to $30,000 a year. With experience, salaries typically increase to between $30,000 and $60,000 a year. However, those who have a good reputation and an established clientele can make much more. Some top-level designers make $80,000 a year or more.
Interior designers may be employed by design firms, architectural firms, construction companies, or home furnishings stores. Some are self-employed.
Most interior designers work between 7 and 10 hours a day. They may adjust their workday to suit their clients’ schedules. Weekend or evening work is often required to meet with clients or get a project completed on time. Much of designers’ work is done on a project-to-project basis, so periods of intense work may be followed by slow phases. Working Conditions Interior designers need at least a high school diploma. In most provinces, designers also need to be certified by the provincial interior designers’ association.
The first step to becoming a certified designer is to complete an accredited college or university interior design program (either a 2 to 3-year diploma or a 4-year bachelor’s degree). Programs vary, but typically include instruction in the history of design, colour theory, lighting, sustainable design, drafting, computer-assisted design (CAD), and general business and marketing practices. Education