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Jeffrey's career presentation
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Jeffrey's career presentation
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Jeffrey's career presentation
Jeffrey's career presentation
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Jeffrey Paulin's Presentation on a career in Architect

Jeffrey Paulin's Presentation on a career in Architect

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  • 1. Career of Architect<br />By Jeffrey Paulin<br />Block D<br />
  • 2. Overview of Job<br /><ul><li>Someone who makes plan or blue prints for new buildings
  • 3. Can also decide if a building needs to be replaced or taken down
  • 4. Meet with clients to discuss ideas and plans for buildings
  • 5. Plans have to be approved, may be a year before the building is built.</li></li></ul><li>Overview<br /><ul><li>Work for individuals
  • 6. Work for companies
  • 7. Work for government
  • 8. Design any or all types of buildings </li></li></ul><li>Quote<br />Thomas Edison<br />“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.“<br />(Thomas Edison) <br />
  • 9. Salary<br /><ul><li>Beginning : $39,130
  • 10. Middle : $62,850
  • 11. Potential : $132,000 or more</li></ul>Yearly: $72,700<br />Hourly: $34.93<br />
  • 12. Growth PotentialOutlook<br /><ul><li> grown 15% in Maryland between 2008 and 2018
  • 13. 16% Nationally</li></li></ul><li>Related Careers<br /><ul><li> City planner
  • 14. Construction supervisor
  • 15. Marine Architect
  • 16. Developer
  • 17. Civil engineer
  • 18. Landscape Architects</li></li></ul><li>RelatedCareer<br /><ul><li>Civil Engineering Technicians
  • 19. Electrical and Electronics Drafters
  • 20. Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors</li></li></ul><li>Education<br />Take a college preparatory program that includes :<br /><ul><li>English
  • 21. Science
  • 22. Physics
  • 23. Art
  • 24. Mathematics
  • 25. Foreign Language
  • 26. Computer Technology</li></ul>Earn Bachelor's in Architect <br />
  • 27. 6 Topic Questions <br />1.) What is the most common degree for this job? Most Architects earn their professional degree though 5-years Bachelor of Architect degree program.<br />2.) Do Architects help make the designs for hospitals or is that the government’s job? It depends on who the Architect works for.<br />
  • 28. 6 Topic Questions <br />3.) Do Architect travel a lot? Yes, Architects travel to the other states or countries to see were the new building is going to be.<br />4.) Can anyone hire an Architect to design a new home? Yes, anyone can hire an Architect but it isn’t cheap.<br />
  • 29. 6 Topic Questions <br />5.) Why are Architects important? They are important because that make shore that current building are designed correctly.<br />6.) What other skills does an Architect need? Architects need to know how to use computers, draw a blue print, public speaking, and financial management. <br />
  • 30. Questions?<br />

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