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Interior Design Schools & Careers

Salaries and Job Outlook for Interior Designers

Interior Designer Salary Data

According to the BLS, in 2014 the median annual wage for interior designers nationally was $48,400. Professionals in the 90th percentile can expect to earn just shy of $90,000. Like other industries, experience, geographical factors and the type of interior design being completed also influence annual salaries. Interior designers in the architecture and engineering industry have the highest median wage.

States/areas with the highest yearly mean wages for interior designers are as follows:

States/areas wage
Washington, D.C. $79,710
Massachusetts $67,550
Utah $64,880
Connecticut $64,090
New York $63,630

Use the map below to compare interior design salary estimates by state:

Interior Design Job
Growth, Prospects And Outlook

Those considering interior design as a career can take heart knowing the industry is robust, with projections of 13 percent growth between 2012 and 2022. Those specializing in environmental design will be on

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Interior Design Schools | Careers an an Interior Designer

Interior Design School and Training
The interior design career field is growing each year. Smart, qualified design school graduates are finding themselves in high demand by design studios, home retail and office furnishings stores, architectural firms and the design departments of large companies and organizations.
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Interior design school graduates may pursue a rewarding career with diverse opportunities and possibilities. Many graduates are prepared to apply for positions in residential and commercial space planning, bath and kitchen planning and remodeling, retailing, showroom coordination, corporate facilities planning, industrial design and manufacturing representation.

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While training to enter the design world, you will learn all about color, form, scale and balance. But you will also become an expert in fabrics, textiles, paints, woods, and wallpaper. You will learn about building systems, components and construction. Plus, you will get to know historical periods of art and architecture, and how they

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