September 1, 2023

Creating a More Inclusive and Diverse Architecture Industry

The field of architecture has become more diverse in recent years as architecture firms actively work to recruit candidates from a variety of backgrounds into their organizations. While the number of opportunities for people from underrepresented groups has increased, however, there is still a lot of work to be done to achieve true equity in

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March 6, 2023

Architectural and Design Professionals Job Interview: Tips to Help You Stand Out In Person and On Video

Job interviews can be nerve-wracking experiences for even the most experienced professionals. As an architect, the pressure to impress potential employers can be daunting. However, with the right preparation, you can approach the interview with confidence and ease. In this article, we will provide you with tips to help you stand out and showcase your

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January 29, 2021

What will work look like post pandemic?

Pre pandemic 9-5 workweek is transforming into a hybrid work future mixed with in office and remote.  Workers want more flexibility and work life balance this we at Archipro have to concur having heard it over and over again in interviews with Architects And Designers.  Productivity experts say blowing up the existing structure will not

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October 19, 2020

Architecture risks losing a whole diverse generation

What are the main concerns of professionals working onsite right now — and how have those shifted since earlier in the summer? According to LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence Index, the main concern was and continues to be exposure to others. Concerns also differ by generation. Millennials-(22-38 yrs) working back onsite are the most concerned overall, while

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August 7, 2023

Tips for Job Seekers to Navigate the Architecture Job Market

Architecture can be a very competitive field. The high average salary of architecture jobs, combined with the creative nature of the industry, make it an appealing career for individuals who are artistic and passionate about design. At the same time, demand for architects has remained relatively static, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts slower

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April 15, 2022

What a shift we are seeing in the recruiting of new hires!

As it becomes more and more difficult to retain and hire qualified individuals, many companies are reviewing and overhauling their retention and hiring processes. As a result, companies are becoming much more transparent and flexible with their associates and in the information and actions they are taking to bring on new talent. Candidates are seeking

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January 8, 2021

Out With The Old, In With The New: 20 New Career Rules To Follow In 2020 And Beyond

20 new career rules. My favorites include connecting to your purpose your reason for doing the work you do. Filter Feedback if it is not a true reflection of you are discard it, if it is learn from it and move forward. Take the Zone of Genius quiz to identify the way you think best

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October 19, 2020

Architecture has always been a profession where ‘who you know’ is key. Today, companies are increasingly promoting – and financially incentivizing

Architecture has always been a profession where ‘who you know’ is key. Today, companies are increasingly promoting – and financially incentivizing – referrals from existing staff. This again disproportionately affects those already under-represented in the industry, with 98 per cent of referrals matching the racial profile of the person doing the referring.who tend to be

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July 23, 2023

Resources to Create an Impressive Online Portfolio

Design and architecture professionals know they need to bring a portfolio of past work to impress employers when they head to an interview. In today’s world, though, having an online portfolio is just as important, helping you to access those opportunities, develop your personal brand, and grow your career in the industry. The good news

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January 19, 2022

Archipro Reflections on the current A&D candidate market

In today’s business environment Archipro clients are telling us that “while candidates used to be honored to be offered a position, now the tables have turned, and it is we who are to be honored if an individual chooses to join our practice.” There is no question that the market for highly qualified professionals is

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October 26, 2020

Masks? Commute? Office life in 2020 sparks debate across generations

What will the future of Architectural education be? A special discussion not to miss this Monday featuring leaders of Architectural education. Deans and faculty will be addressing change and challenges facing the Architectural Profession. It’s time to wear shoes to work again. Time to get back in step with a commuter’s routine. Work from home

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October 1, 2020

Leaders must commit to change if diversity efforts are to work

Diversity Inc: The Fight For Racial Justice in the Workplace” by: Pamela NewkirkPeople hire from their own small networks we live in segregated worlds and the work place reflects this. It requires intentional interventions to conquer lack of diversity. First step change hiring practices to implement change by broadening your networks and out reach. Also,

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