3 Paths, 3 Options
3 Careers to Look Into
By: Amanda Ochieng
This is the finished product of a house fresh from remodeling.
Doesn't this look good? All the work of a food stylist...
This is what a model wears, all the work of a fashion designer.
Required education for this job an Associate's or Bachelor's degree. Coursework options usually include:
Color and fabrics
Classes in psychology and ethics are also necessary along with a lot of training in computer aided drafting. If you earn an Associate's then you will probably be an assistant. If you earn a Bachelor's then you can apply for apprenticeship.
Your average salary would be about $54,200. This can sustain one person well and a family of four just a little tightly.
There is no specific degree you can have in food styling but many enroll in courses having to do with food styling. You can also start by getting a diploma in culinary arts.
Your average salary will be about $33,000 a year. This is the average salary for most jobs. So, if you work hard and keep trying you might just find yourself being promoted!
Your average pay will probably be about $73,650. If you decide to design footwear then you will make $77,730. This is a lot but there is always tax so try to stay on the high end if you want the most you can get.
Before you can start earning these buck must must train. Your mandatory education consists of a Bachelor's Degree or an Associate's degree. So, get your degree, pass your tests and you are ready to go!