Technical Designer, Apparel Reviews

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Based on 148 responses, the job of Technical Designer, Apparel has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.5 out of 5. On average, Technical Designer, Apparels are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Technical Designer, Apparel?

February 2019
"Howards."
Technical Designer, Apparel in Chanhassen:
Pros: The area is nice.
Cons: The commute.
April 2019
"Growth & Challenge."
Technical Designer, Apparel in New York:
Pros: Growing at a quick pace, given many challenges, lots of support from colleagues
Cons: Fast paced
August 2019
"Demanding and expecting to be quick and efficient."
Technical Designer, Apparel in Los Angeles:
Pros: Friendly environment, flexible working schedule / hours, team work.
Cons: One person doing two or three people’s job
October 2019
"Very fast paced, small fashion market, not a lot of jobs."
Technical Designer, Apparel in Toronto:
Pros: The atmosphere and culture
Cons: How expensive it is
November 2019
"Best place to work."
Technical Designer, Apparel in New York:
Pros: The views
Cons: The crowds of people
February 2015
"Low start pay and hard to increase salary."
Technical Designer, Apparel:
Not a glamorous job, obviously. It is very technical. Size, fit, construction analysis and product developement. Must be detail oriented and able to multi-task.
January 2015
"Very demanding."
Technical Designer, Apparel:
Ability to multi-task and have great communication and written skills.