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Posted September 02, 2006 by

Entry-Level Interior Design Jobs

Always a fan of the Occupational Outlook Handbook, and it works it’s magic for searchers of entry-level interior design jobs as well. Again, expect to find information on the nature of the work, working conditions, job outlook, earnings…a lot of helpful stuff.
The next stops are vault.com and jobster.com that have all your entry-level design needs. The latter site had easily 2,000 plus jobs, so I’m sure there will be something of use there. I also found a nice tool on the New York Times website called the job market that also provides job and career resources. Look into that too.
I also found an interesting tool that might be of more use once you are past the entry-level interior design phase, and it’s a recruiting service. It seems to recruit from all the big (and by big I mean well-known) companies, like Apple and Motorola. It’s worth keeping an eye on.
Department of Labor:
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos293.htm
Entry-Level Interior Design Job Searches:
http://www.vault.com/articles/Contract-(Commercial)-Interior-Design-Jobs-24479028.html
http://www.jobster.com/find/US/jobs/for/interior+designer?source_type=any&source=search_results&d=28&s=t
http://jobs.nytimes.com/js.php?view=2&lookid=nyt&tmpId=&q=interior+design&qInd=nytcategoryarts&qRegion=&qSort=smart
Recruiting Service:
http://www.ritasue.com/