Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
According to the latest seasonally adjusted jobs data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, between August and September 2012, at least 2,900 jobs were added in the architectural and engineering services sector. This is quite close to the long-term growth rate projected for architects through 2020, which is about 24%. Recent jobs data across the last month on ArchitectureCrossing bears out the growth rate for Architect jobs, as claimed by BLS, which is faster than other sectors.
ArchitectureCrossing, is the nation’s top architect job opening research organization. Current listings at ArchitectureCrossing confirm 2,700 active architect jobs from different practice areas including leading architecture firms, construction, and real estate development companies in the nation. The architect jobs posted by ArchitectureCrossing also includes thousands of job opportunities in related fields like engineering, construction, environment health and safety, managerial, real estate among others.
According to Harrison Barnes, CEO of ArchitectureCrossing, the demand for architects will keep growing as the nation recovers from the economic recession and real estate industry experiences growth. In the last one month, at least 3000 architect jobs have been placed on ArchitectureCrossing, and close to 2000 postings have been closed, as the architect job openings were apparently filled and no more active.
The particulars of job listings reported by ArchitectureCrossing across related service sectors and locations can be found here: