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How is the typical day of a Furniture Designer ?

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RE: How is the typical day of a Furniture Designer ?

Deepak Rana
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The typical day of a furniture designer is quite interesting and is spent in following manner:

  • They check their emails and see if there is any urgent communication required for the clients.
  • They have to meet their clients frequently to understand their requirements. The discussions with clients usually extend for long till they finalize the furniture design.

 

  • Post discussions they prepare the sketch or design of the future that meets client's requirements.
  • Once the final design is approved, they work with the manual workers to help and assist them in making the right design as per the proposed one.



  • They work on the new and unique design every time. Therefore the spend a lot of time figuring out new designs.
  • Painting and creativity are important part of a furniture designer's work. They have to work closely with the painters so that the right color combination of the design looks apt.



  • The work requires a lot of flexibility to get the creative ideas, to meet the clients as per their requirements and to work with different set of people as a part of daily work.
  • It is highly satisfactory job for the people who are passionate for art and design of the interiors, specially the furniture.

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RE: How is the typical day of a Furniture Designer ?

Rahul Shinde
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Dear Sir/Madam,


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The Indian Automobile industry is going through a phase of rapid change and high growth. With new projects coming up on a regular basis, the industry is undergoing technological change. The major players are expanding their plants and focusing on mass customization, mass production, etc.

Investment in Auto Sector:
Nearly every automobile company is investing at higher rate than ever before to achieve a high growth trajectory. The overall investment in the sector has been increasing rapidly. It is expected that by end of 2015 Indian Automobile Sector will be investing a huge amount as Rs. 35,000 crores.

Growth of the sector:
At present the industry is enjoying a growth rate of 14-17% per annum, with domestic sales grwoth at 12.8%, The growth rate is predicted to double by 2015.

As it is seen, the total sales of passenger vehicle - cars, utility vehicles and multi utility vehicles in the year has increased in such a way that they have overtake Germany and Japan in Sales Volumes.

Financing schemes have become an important factor in the growth of automobile sales. More and more financial schemes are coming up with easy installments to lure the customers.

Apart from domestic production, the industry is consistently focusing on the automobile exports. The auto component segment is contributing a lot in the export arena

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Employment in the Sector:
Investment is leading to the employment growth in the sector. With the emergence of new projects and introduction of technological advancements, the focus is more on the skilled and experienced human resource. The companies are looking for skilled and hardworking people who can give their best to the organization.

The Engineers in the Automotive or Electrical or Mechanical fields are in demand.

Personal Qualities and Skills:
1. Automobile Engineers need knowledge of many aspects of engieering, including mechanical engineering, combustion, aerodynamics, electrical and electronic systems and fuel technology.

2. You will need ability to think in an orderly and logical way, as well as having imagination and curious mind. Automobile engineers often work to deadlines, so you must be able to work underpressure.

3. You need to have good analytical and problem solving skills. You must be able to prioritise and plan effectively. You also need to keep up to date with new development and regulations.

Further doubts or queries feel free to contact.

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Regards,
Rahul.

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