Are you working or not ?

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  • #171084

    Ed Siribohdi
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    yes

    #171083

    landplanner
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    Final week of your status, situation and outlook, please offer it.

    I can assure you all a complete wrap-up and summary with a week from this coming Friday.

    The results and responses so far have been very revealing and all over the map. I also fully intend

    to submit this to ASLA and see if it shakes their cage into being a little more proactive and of direct/indirect

    assistance. For those who missed it, look at the first letter to the editor in this month’s Landscape Architecture

    magazine. It captures all the economic despair and fury found in most of these responses with strident brevity.

    #171082

    Gabrielle Testerman
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    NO!! 13 months

    #171081

    Judianna Price
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    No! About 1.5 months now…

    #171080

    BAY
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    NO

    #171079

    landplanner
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    This discussion thread will wrap-up at the end of this week. It appears that there are two new ones that have just been started and probably will weave in well to what the summary of what everyone’s commentary in this forum has been so far. These new introductions also might provide a proactive (yeah, I know hard to keep that mindset these days) springboard to find some upside and momentum out of the economic carnage of the Great Recession.

    I would encourage you all to close out the week strongly by responding to this discussion thread and also the others namely “Freelancing” and “Lost Generation” (wow that last title is pretty downcast, huh ?)

    #171078

    Lori Moore
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    yes, though not full time

    #171077

    Thomas J. Johnson
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    You might not want to have your profile picture be of you blowing smoke (weed?)… employers look at social networks… just a thought…

    #171076

    aj petro
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    Yes, so far booked for 2010. ( golf courses, athletic fields, urban green roofs ) residential extremely slow .
    my advice stick to the commercial arena for now.

    #171075

    landplanner
    Participant

    Keep it coming, closes this Saturday.

    Landplanner

    #171074

    YES and Why? Diverse practice

    #171073

    Ziad Kharrat
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    NO!!!

    #171072

    landplanner
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    This discussion thread will wrap-up at the end of this week. It appears that there are two new ones that have just been started and probably will weave in well to what the summary of what everyone’s commentary in this forum has been so far. These new introductions also might provide a proactive (yeah, I know hard to keep that mindset these days) springboard to find some upside and momentum out of the economic carnage of the Great Recession.

    I would encourage you all to close out the week strongly by responding to this discussion thread and also the others namely “Freelancing” and “Lost Generation” (wow that last title is pretty downcast, huh ?)

    #171071

    Scott Mears
    Participant

    Yes.

    Three of us were working at a multidisciplinary engineering firm and saw the writing on the wall after four layoffs. We started our own firm in December of ’07. It has been a fun and hard two years, but we have found our niche and developed a sound marketing strategy that has been paying off. Starting from the bottom has its advantages: You have nowhere to go but up, while everyone else is coming down!

    #171070

    Rob Halpern
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    YES…although I have had to go more international in the past two yars

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