CAREERS - Naima A Mukhtar (interior designer (black hat- not making enough…
CAREERS - Naima A Mukhtar
black hat- not making enough money and not being satisfied with my job designing.
red hat- i feel like it would be fun to work with but not my thing
green hat-Among the different types of decorators are kitchen and bath designers, lighting designers, who work with light to brighten private and public spaces, closet designers, who maximize the use of storage, and sustainable designers, who improve energy use and water efficiency in interior environments.
yellow hat-working with celebrities:**" Employed interior designers receive the same benefits as anyone working for their companies. This varies by employer but can include paid vacations and holidays, sick leave and health insurance. The self-employed must pay for these perks out of their pockets."
white hat- interior designers earned $52,810 on average in May 2011.
blue hat- The process of becoming an interior designer is majoring in fine arts interior designer.
travel speech therapist
green hat- treat speech and swallowing disorders; provide therapy including vocalization exercises and muscle development exercises; teach alternative communication methods such as sign language to non-verbal patients
blue hat-The many of states require that speech therapists possess at least a master's degree in from an accredited speech-language pathology graduate program.
red hat-I feel like this job would be the best fit for me because I get to do what I love and also travel the world.
yellow hat- Create your own schedule and decide when you want to work.
white hat-Build your confidence, and your resume, by gaining experience in a variety of settings. Travel Therapists experience a variety of disciplines by accepting placements in various settings. Floating between settings becomes a piece of cake after you have worked as a traveling therapist.
black hat-Not being able to home a lot of the time, since im just up traveling.
blue hat- State architecture boards determine the requirements for becoming an architect; however, most boards require completion of a 5-year Bachelor of Architecture program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). In August of 2015, the NAAB reported there were 58 such programs in the United States. Courses might include building systems and technology, project management, structural elements and environmental planning.
red hat- I feel like this would be the type of career, I would do. Since I do have a passion for math. Maybe becoming architecture could really satisfy me.
white hat-The U.S. Department of Labor forecasts an increase of more than 36 percent for the field of architectural design and drafting through the year 2010. A salary range of $18,103 to more than $68,000 can be expected. For specific up-to-date information on wages and the employment outlook within the Architecture field, please refer to the Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-11 Edition, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Those who have completed at least two years of post secondary training and have developed strong technical skills and experience using CAD systems will be well qualified for the many opportunities that are anticipated. The A.A.S. Architectural Technologies degrees at Lansing Community College are designed to provide you with the skills and experience to compete in today's job market.
green hat- Just get out there more. And join art clubs so I could start designing building for now. So I could see what I could do at a freshman level.
black hat- Not having fun with my job and making a mistake making / creating my building.
ywllow hat: You could become self employed and be your own boss.You could have people come help. But you don't have to. So you could build major projects and become big.