Chicago Interior Design School Helps Students Build Careers, Says LocalEdu.com

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Prospective students can learn how an interior design career can benefit from studying in Chicago, a city that has much more to offer than academics alone. LocalEdu.com provides resources such as articles and other information to help students make decisions about attending interior design school.

A new article featured at LocalEdu.com, an online resource that provides location-specific school information, highlights the benefits of earning an interior design degree in Chicago. "One of the most important decisions you can make in your career as an interior designer is the kind of education and training you get before you begin," says the American Society of Interior Designers.

"Earn Your Interior Design Degree in Chicago," featured at LocalEdu.com, points out that, "a bachelor's degree in interior design from one of Chicago's local colleges will offer you a quality education while giving you the opportunity to explore and experience one of the U.S.A.'s most exciting cities." (http://www.localedu.com/state/illinois/interior-design-degree-chicago.php).

An interior design career relies heavily on creativity, imagination and artistry as well as discipline, organization and business savvy, says the American Society of Interior Designers. According to columnist Eneida A. Alcalde, location plays an important part in the education process. "A Chicago interior design school offers more than just educational benefits," she writes, " a city is famous for its vibrant architecture ... Chicago offers many unique and interesting places to pursue ." (http://www.localedu.com/state/illinois/interior-design-degree-chicago.php).

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, "Keen competition is expected for jobs in interior design because many talented individuals are attracted to careers as interior designers." Also noted is the difficulty of establishing and maintaining an interior design career, due to a lack of training, perseverance and creativity.

"Completing a degree, either an associate or bachelors, is becoming increasingly more important to the interior design profession," says the American Society of Interior Designers. At LocalEdu.com, prospective students interested in pursuing an interior design degree can learn more about the industry and how the benefits of receiving an education in a particular location, such as Chicago, may affect future job prospects.

LocalEdu.com is an educational resource that provides students with information on cities, schools and educational programs. Students can search the LocalEdu.com directory to find universities, colleges and vocational schools anywhere they want to go to school -- from California to Florida, Texas to Illinois.

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