All architecture and design firms want talented and experienced employees populating their offices. There are just as many applicants vying to break into the creative industries, so why is it that some firms struggle to retain their best staff?
Maternity leave is an anxious topic for professional women, particularly architects and interior designers. Return to work with these easy tips.
When it comes to individuals pursuing architectural or interior design there is the added concern of the portfolio.
Your portfolio can tell a potential employer so much about you as an individual.
The job market in architecture is loaded with an incredibly diverse range of specialty positions, with even more imaginative job titles. Each requires technical and creative skills as a recipe for success, and navigating between these roles can be more difficult than you might realise.
Interior design is a competitive industry. Knowing what jobs you’re applying & selecting the right position for can increase chances of employment.
Bruce Whetters outlines what employers are looking currently for, and whether permanent or contract positions are on trend in this edition of the Market Update.
Jamie Keay discusses current projects, who studios are looking for, and the latest trends in software, salaries and contract rates.
We sat down with Dylan Farrell to get his take on the industry, choosing the right employees, and advice for up and coming designers!
Jacqueline Liddicoat outlines the major changes to working Visas in the architectural and design industries. Everything you need to know is here.
Navigating a salary review is a challenging situation for many employees, and employers! Here’s how to get a mutually beneficial conclusion.
In this Sydney Autumn Market Update, we see that salaries are rising and design candidates are seeking career management, according to Jamie Keay.