“As an architect you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown.” – Norman Foster
Evolving times require evolving resources. And the times, are always evolving. Architecture is one of the mediums through which we alter our environment to better fit our current needs. Making it an ever-lasting and ever-evolving profession. Therefore, it is a good career choice for the creative logical thinkers and problem solvers. (more…)
As soon as you graduate architecture school you are facing a huge milestone – finding your first job. While looking through job offers and creating a portfolio it is also important to ask yourself a question: do I want to work in a small or big architecture company? Work environment may change your working experience and how you perceive your architecture job. In this article we are going to give you 10 reasons why considering working for a small firm is a good idea.
Whether you are still an architecture student or just starting your career as a business owner, it is good to find ways to get acknowledged and build a solid network to support your work. In this article we are going to give you a couple of tips and tricks on how to do just that.
You are probably reading this article, because you are looking for your first architecture job. Maybe you are not sure, if you are doing it right. Or maybe you don’t know where to look for job offers. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. With these 6 tips and tricks you are going to nail it and have many responses to your submissions.
COVID-19 has thrown our lives into disarray. Many people have suddenly lost their source of income without little to no prospects for finding a new job. We are certainly looking into a possible economic disaster which may be as serious as the one in 2008. We at jobs.archi decided to look into the current situation of architects and architecture students. We asked you on our Instagram Profile how are you dealing with the pandemic in your country and gathered some information. (more…)
Guide to Australian Working Visas for Architects
Australia needs qualified Architects. This geographically diverse continent with constantly evolving fusion of cultures is a perfect challenge for creative professionals. If you’re one of them, then your skills are currently in demand. (more…)
Although the basic economics of architecture are the same everywhere / the business cycle is about 5-10 years between recessions no matter where you work/, there are some significant differences between architecture job markets across the globe. While new grads are struggling everywhere in the Western and Eastern world, it seems a bit easier for experienced architects seeking to migrate to find better job opportunities. (more…)
I’ve spent last five years of my architectural life in China, living both in Beijing and Shanghai. After all those years, China, by far the largest of emerging markets for new buildings, still seems to be the promise land for architects with lots of various job opportunities. However, things are changing pretty fast here so you need to stay up to date with local market news and trends. (more…)
Architecture jobs abroad can be very competitive, as more and more architects are turning abroad in search of the most exciting job opportunities. Finding a job abroad can be a life changing decision and the chance to construct the project of your dreams. (more…)
American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) has released its 2015 Compensation Report, introducing a brand new feature: a free salary calculator which provides a unique view into architectural compensation. This salary calculator includes data from all U.S. respondents employed full-time providing mean and median salaries for 17 architectural staff positions – from Intern 1 to CEO, with breakdowns by geographic region and firm size. (more…)