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Landscape Architect

By Morgan Javers

morgan javers

on 15 January 2013

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What do they do? Landscape architects plan and design land areas for parks, recreational facilities, highways, airports, and other properties. Fun Facts! Landscape architects spend most of their time in offices, creating all of their plans and designs, making models, doing research and having meetings with clients. The rest of their time is spent at job sites. How to become one! To become a landscape architect you must have your (BLA) or your (BSLA) which is 4 or 5 years of study. People who have an undergraduate degree different from landscape architecture can enroll in a master of landscape architecture (MLA). It usually takes 3 years of full-time study. $PAY$ The average yearly pay of landscape architects was $62,090 in May 2010. Landscape Architects Job Outlook There were about 21,600 jobs in 2010.
16% job growth projected by 2020.
It takes a creative person with vision. Why am I interested? ----------------------- * It sounds interesting and fun. * It would be cool to work outside. * The name makes it sound like it's fun. Related careers ------------------------- The landscape architect approves the quality work of others. They prepare site plans, specifications, and creates cost estimates. They inspect other landscape work. Some examples of jobs would be surveyors, geoscientist, architect, or construction manager. * formandfunctioncedros.com
* siaproject.com
* jeffreyvanmaren.com
* freenew.net
* landarchs.com
* worldarchitectnews.com
* designertythinking.woodpress.com
* adaptodesign.com
* mullinlandscape.com
* styleforon.net Sources/bibliography:
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