Like that? Like that? We just coined that. We’re so proud.
One bright spot in the media/design/every industry that’s imploding freefall is that highly-skilled workers are still in demand, no matter the industry. So architecture firms, which on the whole are hiring less than they were, are still competing for top talent—which in this case means specific computer programs or engineering knowledge.
And personality still means a lot, too.
LPA Inc. looks for architects who can interact with engineers.
“The whole idea is to have these people sitting next to each other and talking,” Dan Heinfeld, LPA president, told the Orange County Business Journal.
Maybe brush up on your Klingon, too? (Ooh, sorry, low blow.)