Looking for an entry level job or internship in interior design? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Because of the variety of areas an interior designer can specialize in, there isn’t a typical day to day. Here are some activities that can happen in an interior designer’s day:
Interior designers frequent work in design and architecture firms as well as with home furniture stores. Over a quarter of interior designers are self-employed.
To get started in interior design, you’ll need a bachelor’s degree with courses in interior design and art, as well as training in computer-aided design (CAD). You also need a strong portfolio. In some states, you need a license before you can practice interior design.
|Commercial Interior Designer|
NewCareers Cedar Falls, IA
|Mid-Level Interior Designer|
Confidential Greenwich, CT
Confidential South Bend, IN
Thumbtack, Inc. Kissimmee, FL
|Interior Sales Associate|
Arhaus Walnut Creek, CA
|Part Time Floral Designer|
Libertyville Florist Libertyville, IL
|Floral Processor/ Design Assistant|
Mountain Flowers Aspen, CO
|Design Thinking Expert|
Nityo Infotech San Francisco, CA
|Deep / Spring Cleaner|
Thumbtack, Inc. Palm Harbor, FL
|Linux Administrator - MUST have Minimum Secret Clearance|
JSL Computer Services Keyser, WV
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