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lauraafenn

07:00AM | 10/25/04
Member Since: 10/24/04
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I am trying to pursue Interior Design, but I am confused on where to start. One of my main questions is about school. I do not know if it would be better for me to go to a trade school, or to a college to get a degree in Interior Design. I would rather do the one that will get me into that field the fastest. I am ready to start a career. But I would also like your opinion about which of the two would be more of a benefit to have when going to interview for a job. Which one would an employer rather see? thank you for your time, anything helps...

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Amcdonald

05:19AM | 11/04/04
Member Since: 10/17/04
54 lifetime posts
Hard to say. If it was me, I would simply call around to a whole bunch of businesses and see what their requirements are for hire.

If you are going to start your own business than I don't think it would matter since you would be working for yourself.
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