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Jobs & Internships

Whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced professional, the following resources can assist you in your job search.

The Fundamentals of Finding a Job in Any Economy
Whether times are tough or flush, the basic strategies for job hunting stay the same.  Follow these five steps, courtesy of Kenneth Roberts of Interior Talent Inc., Industry Partner of ASID.

How to Find a Job as an Interior Designer 
There are many places that people with interior design degrees can work. This article by Kerry Fletcher, ASID, lists a few places to search for employment.

Interior Designer Salary Information
View average salary ranges, benefits and more at by entering "interior designer" into the Job Title field of the site's Salary Wizard.  Search by job level and/or location.

Doing Business with the Federal Government
With the largest portfolio of leased office space in the nation, the federal government provides office space to more a million fderal workers and spends about $2 billion dollars a year on goods and services. 

Tips for Graduates Entering the Interior Design Profession: What Employers Are Looking For
Prepared in partnership with the Center for Career Services at Syracuse University, this guide summarizes the preferences of more than 300 interior design employers in regards to the qualities and skills they look for in a candidate, portfolio presentation, resume and cover letter, and the questions they most often ask candidates in an interview. 

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