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Latest Career Data Results Posted

October 1, 2017

The semi-annual review of full-time positions advertised for architectural history in the public and private sectors (and excluding academic positions), representing the period of July 2016 through June 2017, have now  been posted to the Careers section (see tab above).  Compiled by faculty member Karl Schuler, the most recent data show some interesting trends:

  • the number of advertised positions nationally remains strong, though declining slightly, but still well above recession-era levels. This is partly due to the increase in the number of temporary positions, such as those with FEMA
  • positions in architectural research and preservation planning continue their long-term trend of dominating opportunities
  • the geographic distribution of jobs is more evenly spread across the country, with the West being the leading region for the first time
  • salaries are increasing for positions requiring the least experience — a B.A. with some experience or a Master’s with limited experience
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