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2021 Architecture & Interior Design Employment and Industry Review is out now

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FRAME is delighted to share our 2021 Architecture & Interior Design Employment and Industry Review.

We are honoured in such difficult times, that so many people were willing to share their thoughts, feelings and stories to create the survey this year. 

We have created this unique survey to establish how the events of 2020 have impacted the UK’s Architecture and Interior Design recruitment market. This report aims to highlight and establish trends in employment rates, job seeking and retention, employee engagement, working styles, mental health and pay.

We look to uncover the changes that we have seen since our last survey and expose the good and the bad of the industry. Looking at employment from an employee’s perspective, discovering where the industry excels and where it falls short.

It covers areas such as: Who is unemployed? Have people had to take pay cuts? What working styles do people prefer? Do employees feel valued? Is management perceived to be making the right decisions? Who will be seeking new employment? Do people feel secure in their jobs? Has mental health been affected? These are just a few of the questions which are so unique to the industry and ones that only employees themselves will be able to answer.

Whether you want to understand the state of the employment market, the trends in job seeking and retention or how mental health has been impacted by the pandemic, download our guide today

"It is a privilege to share the Architecture & Interior Design Employment and Industry Review 2021.

I have seen the impact the crisis has had on people and so was determined that we should still provide our research and be at the forefront of the human factors that will influence the
future of the industry.

I am pleased we have been able to create and share this with you and I hope that the insights have been interesting and thought-provoking."

Martin Bennell, Managing Director - FRAME Recruitment