Interior design is one of the most sought-after fields of study, and it’s certainly no less important to people looking for work than to those looking to buy a house.
But according to a new study from Inside Out, a leading education company, there’s more to interior design than just getting a job.
Inside Out says that about half of the interior design graduates who make it to the top ranks are models, but they also find that models are much more valuable than most.
In addition to making money, they find the jobs they are hired for more fulfilling than those in other fields.
Here’s what Inside Out found.
(Source: Inside Out)”The main driver of the success of models is that they have a more professional and professional style,” said Mark DellaVigna, executive director of the company.
“They don’t necessarily have a career in the fashion industry.
Modeling allows them to have a little bit of freedom.
It allows them some of the freedom that models have.
But it’s not about the money.
It’s about the style.
If you’re not really into fashion, that’s not going to work for you.
But if you’re into it, then it can work very well.”
This model’s style of design and the way she approaches the work also have a big impact on how she’s treated by clients, according to the study.
“The most important thing that you can learn from a model is how they handle the media and how they do the work,” DellaVa said.
“You want them to be respectful of people, but you also want them be respectful.
So it’s about that respect.
It doesn’t mean that they should be the most attractive person.
That’s not what it’s all about.”
According to Inside Out’s report, the best models get paid an average of $1.4 million, while the worst models make $2.4 to $3 million.
“If you’re making $500,000, you’re working with a team that can pay you $3,000 to $5,000 a day, $3 to $6,000 every other day, or $6 to $10 an hour,” DelliVignas said.
“You have to understand that you’re competing with people that are making a lot of money.
So the model’s not necessarily the most desirable person, but the more money you can make, the more people want you.”
When modeling is no longer about money, it’s time to take your career seriously.
“It’s not just about making a living,” Dettola said.