Interior designers work closely with clients, home owners, businesses, architects, contractors, and tradespeople. They frequently work as members of a design team, primarily in architecture and interior design firms. This can be a highly competitive field, where use of the design process is critical to meeting project deadlines. Graduates will find employment in many areas, such as: residential design/architectural firms, kitchen and bath studios, furnishings, product sales, builders, and showrooms.
According to CAREERwise Education, Minnesota's career, education and job resource, there will be a need for about 1,857 new Interior Designers to meet market demand between 2018-2028. This includes the demand due to replacement (workers leaving the occupation or retiring) as well as growth.
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