Interior designers work closely with architects, engineers and general contractors in a wide array of settings. Employment opportunities span the familiar private practice role to corporations across many industry sectors. Those sectors range from retail and restaurant establishments, to healthcare and government facilities, to commercial and residential real estate development firms, as well as the many furniture and decor supply chain companies. These firms hire interior designers to create environments that not only enhance sales and customer experience, but also create a more productive and pleasing work environment.
In accordance with clients' individual tastes, needs and budget, interior designers:
Interior design is among the 100 fastest-growing occupations in Florida, growing faster in Central Florida than almost anywhere else in the state.
Graduates of Seminole State's Interior Design Program typically find career opportunities in:
The Career Development Center at Seminole State College facilitates career, job, and internship connections and provides comprehensive services and resources related to career and educational development and experiential learning opportunities, while empowering students to take personal responsibility for achieving these goals.
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