Dreaming of My Perfect Career

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Dreaming of My Perfect Career
University of Phoenix
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Dreaming of My Perfect Career
As far back as I can remember I have enjoyed the sensation of decorating a dull room and making it magnificent by allowing myself to express my talents of interior designing. The sensation of adding colors and textures to a room to bring it to life is extremely comforting to me. I have always been told that I have a unique talent when decorating a room, rearranging furniture, and adding memorable touches to a person’s home or office setting. I too believe that I have the talent it takes to become a very successful and noted interior designer. Not many people can walk into a room that has no direction, no color theme, no excitement, and envision the room coming to life. The kind of life filled with multi-colored pallet schemes, contemporary furniture, enlightened pictures, modernized tastes, and the feeling of never wanting to leave the room because it is so inviting. Interior Designing is a profession in which I always wanted to see myself fully pursue. It is captivating how I have pursued my dream career of becoming an interior designers living right here in Tucson, Arizona. I want to consider myself a diamond in the rough; someone who does not allow society’s issues or downfalls to overcome them when times are tough. Acquiring a job as an interior designer would allow me the opportunity to express my talent and leave my mark behind for others to enjoy. I cannot imagine that it is a simple task becoming a known interior designer in Arizona. With the construction industry becoming almost nonexistent in Tucson alone, interior designers may not have the job opportunities that they had five or six years ago. There are several factors to consider before becoming an interior designer. College education and training programs are very important when deciding to take on the role of an interior designer (Bureau of Labor Statistics [B.L.S.], 2009,...
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