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  1. wow you truly hit home. i am in that very situation now (im a Productdesigner specializing on 3D Visualisation and VR Experiences, not an Architect) and you couldnt have described it better. But I'm loving every minute of it and so far it pays very well (in terms of money AND happiness)

  2. Architects are artists! I wanted to be one but couldn't. Although you don't make much money, maybe you can work towards helping out the housing crisis in other ways.

  3. There is a larger conversation that architects must have about how we are compensated and nothing is going to change until demand proper compensation as a whole. Being fairly new to the field of architecture I noticed a lot of problems right off the bat with how the field is structured. Compensation being one of them, our degrees and experience are undervalued. We are responsible for creating environments that protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public, yet we aren't compensated as much. We manage various disciplines of projects and are required to learn and be well versed in those disciplines and we have team members who earn higher fees than the architect in charge of managing the project and sed team members. If we are expected to earn master's degrees to practice, go through 3-5 years of training, and take and pass 6 exams, we need to be compensated as such at the end of the process, just like doctors, lawyers, etc. are.

  4. I can relate, and im still in unstable financial situation, where im from its twice as hard on this market but eventually you learn to cope and it makes you in a sort of way more discipline overall! Wouldnt change a thing though, great experience and still looking forward!

  5. Capitalism is the name if the game and I hate it. If only firms could give credit to their employees and actually pay them a fair percentage of the wealth they are helping create then it could not be called on what it is: EXPLOITATION. Itsnit just the employees effort in helping this firms, it represent so much more, the amount of time, sweat and tears, health, involved that we put into our jobs and the soul crush we get when we are being under appreciated just because a firm owner thinks of the working class as replaceable or expendable asset show enough reasons why our system need to re valued. The negative impact that this has on society is just beyond words, the way this affects the existence of a society should be enough reason to be diagnosed and checked, but as long as the money rolls into the hands of the privileged and their group keeps getting smaller and smaller just show, truly, a terrible aspect of the human psyche. Also, by trying to be independent there is just a very small percentage of people that will eventually be successful, the rest only get a chance to choose in which firm will they enslave for the rest of their lives. Exploitation should be illegal. Capitalism should be re structured into a more humanist system.

  6. What is it that we want to contribute thru this profession?
    The longer we are here in this process…this journey, we will realise that we have a really short time…a small window…to learn the best way, we can contribute…in a willing, honest and forfilling manner.
    The path…we choose…will always be a choice…that matches our spirit.

    John Ferraz Architect.

  7. Australia, is no diff. Architects, unless your'e a director of the company are poorly paid, for the time you work, study involved, plus registration. 8 plus years. O/T and like you said who gets the credit. The Boss.

  8. Well, it depends on the coutry you live in. Being an Architect isn't always well paid. For example, if you live in italy the average salary of a Licenced Architect is around €16'000 per year (tax included) when a cleaning lady actually earns more.

  9. Wow, I went through that exact thought process! At some point it's not even a choice anymore. I quit my 6 figure job two years ago to develop creative software… still not released yet, still have no idea if it will actually work, but grinding in my studio and doing freelance to pay the bills beats "vendor market" film production hell for me. Anything beats that.

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