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The Best Paying Jobs for an Architect

Getting a high salary is something which many people associate with architects. What many people do not realize is that just being having a degree in architecture does not automatically ensure that one will automatically ensure they will secure a high paying position. There is a lot of competition in this field and professional have to work their way up the ladder of financial success when they work for a

People who are looking to strike out their own and start their own architecture firm can find it difficult to become established in their area before they are trusted with larger regular projects.
There is however some ways in which young architects can start making good money faster for the skills they possess. Below are a few of the careers which these individual can take on to see not only professional success, but financial success.

Board Members

There are several boards of developing and expanding businesses which need the guidance of those educated in architecture. While traditionally positions on a board for architects were given to older architects who were seasoned in the industry. These days there are several new and emerging companies which are looking for those who are well educated and full of fresh ideas and ways of thinking. This means that there are more and more board positions which are being made available to those who may have recently graduated college with a degree in architecture.

Engineering Team

There are several areas across the United States which are experiencing resurgence in growth after the slump over the past few years. In an effort to save money there are several forms which are assembling their own staff of architectural engineers to develop their buildings. Since many of these forms are looking to save money to develop these teams they are more willing to give bright young architects a chance. This is because they can pay them well, but still not as much as they would have to pay for architects which have years of experience behind them.

Consultation Work

There are several organizations which have a focus on a variety of professional endeavors. Those organizations who are finding themselves in a position where they have to expand in terms of buildings and other structures may not have the professionals on their staff which are certified to help make decisions in these matters. Since many of these organizations need to have consultation in matters regarding the academic specifics of architecture they look for educational knowledge over experience. This means that those are just getting started in the industry can land jobs as consultants to both small and large forms as they plan their future growth.


Many of those who obtain a degree in architecture end up finding that their love of architecture is only rivaled by their passion for education others. These individuals may be surprised to find that there is a really need for architect professors. The need is so great that these positions come with a great starting pay which willingly increase over the years.

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