AILA announces results of 2010 Salary Survey

August 12, 2010,AEDT

AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architects) has recently announced the results of the 2010 Salary Survey with 530 respondents. This year the AILA survey has changed from past years with respondents gave their total salary package including superannuation (9% of  salary as compulsory retirement savings). AILA also changed the ‘experience | Read More

15 more Registered Landscape Architects in the Philippines

March 22, 2010,AEDT

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Monday announced that 15 out of 25 examinees passed the Landscape Architect  Licensure Examination given by the Board of Landscape Architecture in Manila this March 2010. Congratulations to the following people for passing and becoming registered landscape architects and hope you celebrate after the oath taking | Read More

Construction Week (Middle East) releases Salary survey

November 22, 2009,AEDT

Construction Week (Middle East) have just published the results of a salary survey held from April to September this year. The main findings of the survey is that most people are experienced and the UAE is not a place for first-jobbers. People consistently worked longer than 40 hour per week | Read More

Unemployed? Why Not Apply for a Grant – Architectural Record

January 16, 2009,AEDT

Architectural Record  reports “With work drying up and layoffs sweeping the architecture profession, now may be an ideal time to pursue long-delayed personal projects. To help architects and designers take stock of available funding, the Architectural League of New York recently hosted a public forum where arts and cultural organizations | Read More

Property firms adapt to tough times – The National Newspaper

December 22, 2008,AEDT

The National Newspaper reports “Construction companies are restructuring salary packages and relocating staff within the Gulf to try to counteract the slowdown in Dubai and avoid redundancies.” read the full article @ the SOURCE: The National Newspaper – Property firms adapt to tough times

How has the latest crisis hit the built environment industry?

October 26, 2008,AEDT

Anecdotal reports are starting to trickle out that the current crisis is starting to bite into architectural and multi-discipline firms around the world from USA, Europe and Australia. It’s not just the multi-nationals who are hurting but local firms also. Many of the large multi-national firms are starting to lay | Read More

It’s one big battle for the brains – The Times

June 30, 2008,AEDT

Chris Reay, the CEO of Engineer Placements, says the industry is especially vulnerable because engineers are in demand around the world. He says that often when he tries to contact some of the engineers on his company’s database he finds they “are now in Perth, Dubai or China”. Also, it | Read More

UAE among top 10 destinations for workers

June 25, 2008,AEDT

UAE among top 10 destinations for workers DUBAI: The UAE has been ranked among the top 10 preferred destinations for workers, attracting quality workforce from all over the globe with its vibrant job market, a survey has revealed. The survey ‘Relocating For Work’, conducted by Manpower Middle East said that | Read More

Foriegn firms aren’t just in India for the cash

June 15, 2008,AEDT

The Times of India looks at foreign firms in India and talks about Be it a slum redevelopment project in congested Mumbai or Kolkata’s new museum of modern art, the global imprint on the country’s fast-changing urban landscape is evident. Made in India but designed by a clutch of foreign architects | Read More

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