Are you working or not ?

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    Craig Anthony
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    Yes. But jobs have been hard to come by lately. I too started up in December 2007. I was breezing along for six months and then NOTHING. It’s been “slim pickins’ since then. I am thankful for the few jobs that I have do have going right now. I’m staying positive and motivated by believing that, if I can survive and build a company in these difficult times, I can really make things happen when things get better. For everyone out there struggling right now, “hang in there” things will get better.

    #171068

    Sarah B Andrews
    Participant

    negative. graduating in May.

    #171067

    Kevin Hardt
    Participant

    NO!!!

    #171066

    Brian Hendry
    Participant

    Yes

    #171065

    NO!!

    #171064

    Noriko Marshall
    Participant

    Yes.

    #171063

    Jon Quackenbush
    Participant

    No – 1 Year

    #171062

    NOPE

    #171061

    Matthew J. Sandy
    Participant

    yes

    #171060

    Emily Andreae
    Participant

    no – about 14 months

    #171059

    Brandon Reed
    Participant

    YES I AM! CHECK OUT MY COMPANIES MOST RECENT CREATION ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE…

    go to: http://www.landformdesigngroup.com and click on the facebook icon at the bottom of the page…

    Please let me know what you think of our Home and Garden Show Booth Design…

    Good luck to all of those who are not currently employed! It sure is hard out there these days but it will get better…

    Best advice is to improve yourselves as much as you can and stay fresh while you are out of work…make yourself indespensable to all those great firms out there and you will always have a job!

    #171058

    Tanya Olson
    Participant

    Hey Brandon – great idea on your website – the three different design packages – really easy to read and understandable for the client can see at a glance exactly what you have to offer. I love the way the graphics reflect each level. You would think it would be a no-brainer, but I haven’t seen this idea in landscape architecture yet – other marketing, yes, but not LA.

    #171057

    Rick Kingsbury
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    I have been suggesting the ASLA needs to do more to educate the public on what we do and our value to society for 28 years, and they still have not stepped up to take any leadership here. The AIA does a great job and perhaps the ASLA could take a couple of hints from them. In the meanwhile we need to be actively involved in professional organizations other than ASLA to increase our visibility. My partner and I started our firm in January of this year and I have found that networking with other organizations is a better use of my limited financial resources and time than with ASLA.

    #171056

    Rick Spalenka
    Participant

    What if you are self employed but without new work? That’s me

    #171055

    Jon Quackenbush
    Participant

    now working part time, 21 hours a week… paid the same as when i was an intern.

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