Message - Re: Is architecture a fun/rewarding career ?

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Posted by  Christa on August 31, 2003 at 13:39:47:

In Reply to:  Re: Is architecture a fun/rewarding career ? posted by Jim on August 28, 2003 at 10:12:13:

What about the students of architucture that are not interested in all the fame and glory? I wouldn't mind making a modest yearly income ($40,000+). And I'm not interested in being famous. I would find it much more satisfying designing houses for people rather than skyscrapers. Is this a practical goal? I know that most houses in America are selected out of a "cookie-cutter" plan book but surely there is some demand for housing architects. How realistic is this for me to pursue? I'm not "stary-eyed" or striving to be FLR, I just want to make a modest living doing something I enjoy. Thoughts anyone?

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