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    Long gone.. traversed..came full circle and headed to...

    Paulina Mar 7 '07 2

    A mi so many changes accomplished. Graduated graduate, the cap the gown the throwing yourself to the force of direction unknown. The stumbling through interviews and nights of photoshop, big dollars spend on prints and big time spent worrying...

    to be back, to be learning. to be working, to become a ...

    healthcare architect?

    nono. I wouldnt have believed it either had you asked a year ago.

     

     
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    • Cheyneo
      Mar 8, 07 9:23 am

      hey, post up, or write me back. always enjoy your prose.

      evilplatypus
      Mar 8, 07 12:29 pm

      Healthcare is a good field to intern. You'll be exposed to the more restrictive codes, complex HVAC, a systematic production routine (which is good for learning) and big budgets. However, after 2-3 years, you'll have to decide weather to specialize in it or move on to other buildings.

      Healthcare - partners at these firms make big $$$; downside - its healthcare, its the same nurse station design every project, and most of your time is spent far away from the design aspects.

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