読者です 読者をやめる 読者になる 読者になる

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開発業者勤務(東京・仙台) → 四国松山へUターン。建築・都市・街・不動産・観光などに関するメモ。

"Big jobs that pay badly"

後輩経由。

"Big jobs that pay badly"
要するに、なるのに金がかかる。仕事は大変。賃金は低い職業。というので建築家が挙がってる…という記事。
海外でも同じなんだなと思った次第。わざわざ建築学生の熱意に水をさしたいわけじゃなくね。

Architects
For every Philip Johnson or Frank Lloyd Wright in a generation of architects, there are countless more who work without fanfare on the everyday buildings where we work, live and shop.

Architects may spend up to seven years completing undergraduate and master's-degree studies, or up to three-and-a-half years in a master's program if they majored in another area during college. To be eligible to take the licensing exam, they also must log three years as interns working for licensed architects.

Architects with a master's might enter the work force with between $50,000 and $80,000 in student loan debt. But as first-year interns, they might earn only $34,000, the national median according to the 2005 compensation survey by the American Institute of Architects. Meanwhile, several steps up the ladder, senior architects earn a median of $68,900.