Based on 1,322 responses, the job of Interior Designer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.77 out of 5. On average, Interior Designers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as an Interior Designer?
Interior Designer in Birmingham:
Pros: Diversity in project scope and client aesthetic
"Beautiful place; enjoyable."
Interior Designer in Mobile:
Pros: Easy commute, diversity
Cons: Trash in the streets, not enough sidewalks, bike trails
Interior Designer in Washington:
Pros: Opportunity provided
Cons: Traffic. Expensive
"Interior Design in Dallas."
Interior Designer in Dallas:
Pros: Well developed Design industry, lots of opportunitites
Cons: Design community is geograpically spread out
"Ajman is developing towards new buildings and architecture but the salary rate is low comparing to dubai."
Interior Designer in Ajman:
Pros: Near to my home
Cons: Salary rate is too low
"Underpaid with the amount of workloads."
Interior Designer in Singapore:
Pros: Great opportunity with great exposures to different things
"Great opportunites for personal career growth and lateral career changes."
Interior Designer in Kansas City:
Pros: The company culture and diverse project types and sizes. I also enjoy collaborating with people both in my office and at other home office locations world-wide.
Cons: Although the KC office is set up like a small studio environment and being part of a larger corporatioon comes with it's benefits, sometimes being of a larger corporations makes it challenging to direct the studio environment in the direction the industry is headed without taking time to jump through hoops.