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04-08-2010 12:39 PM
Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post
Market is better in Denver than Colorado Springs and you are about 60-90 minutes closer to the ski areas.
Thanks for the info! I really needed some kind of direction to go no matter how small. I have been looking all over the springs for jobs and apartments but now I will look towards denver. Anything else I should know?
04-08-2010 12:07 PM
killclimbz Market is better in Denver than Colorado Springs and you are about 60-90 minutes closer to the ski areas.
04-08-2010 10:55 AM
Originally Posted by tomtom88 View Post
And it's official, I am now jobless!
Sorry to hear that man. I am thinking very heavily about selling all my shit, packing up and moving to Colorado springs area. Seeing as I need a new place to live anyways, I have always wanted to move to CO. Hows the job market down their? I will have my AS in web graphic design in a few months, but dont really care what I do for work.
03-19-2010 12:36 PM
tomtom88 And it's official, I am now jobless!
03-12-2010 12:36 PM
tomtom88 Oh man, Nebraska, I don't think I would be willing to relocate there.
03-12-2010 12:28 PM
cmb i have a 2 year degree in architecture and i work for a natural gas piping company. i used to draw houses and small comercial stuff but the economy changed my field. i dont even do the cad stuff anymore but i really dont miss it since i do get paid quite a bit more then the cad person. i only wish this job was in colorado not nebraska.
03-12-2010 11:55 AM
tomtom88 And Killclimbz, I'm sure your post about plama was sarcastic, but if it wasn't, I couldn't because I partake in the devil's lettuce a little too often haha.
03-12-2010 11:54 AM
tomtom88 Thanks for the advice guys, but I am not a licensed architect yet, years to go before that, but I will still check into other disciplines and see if they need a draftsman/ designer.
03-12-2010 11:50 AM
baldylox What he said ^. The engineering firm I work for employs about 10 architects.
03-12-2010 10:18 AM
T.J. try broadening your search. instead of just Architecture firms look at the industries that utilize those firms and architecture in general. Construction, engineering, etc. good luck man, sorry about the impending job loss.
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