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The Fashion Design Industry


The fashion design business is a trendy, quirky industry –which certainly comes as a surprise to no one reading this article.  As of 2004, two thirds of salaried fashion designers were employed in either New York or California.  That is important to keep in mind when reviewing the median salary ranges for these jobs. 


Employers are looking for new employees who hold either an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.  Job seekers also need to be familiar with textiles, fabrics, ornamentation, and fashion trends.  Because of the glamour associated with the industry, job competition is fairly intense.  That may explain why more than twenty five percent of fashion design professionals are self employed – a ration that is very similar to both the graphics design and interior design industries.
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