As the job market has grown more competitive, the profession has seen its share of job vacancies.

Some architects are getting offers from other disciplines and are choosing to remain in the industry.

Here are some tips to help you decide if it is the right career for you.1.

Find out what you can contribute to the industry:Many architects have an interest in a career in design, and some also have a passion for the industry’s larger design issues.

But they need to be clear on what they can contribute.

If you want to be an architect, you have to understand what you’re really good at and how to bring your skills to bear.

For many people, the answer to this question is “architectural design”.

“If you don’t have the technical expertise, you’ll never be able to contribute to architectural design,” says Chris Broussard, an architectural design graduate from McGill University who runs the architecture career site site Architectural Design.

“If you’re not a product designer, you’re still not going to have the experience to be a product design leader.”2.

Do a project management assessment:”If I were to pick one thing I’d like to have learned in my career, it’s how to deal with people,” says Paul Sorensen, an architect from the University of Toronto who has been working in the field since he was 15.

“When you’re doing a project, you should be able and comfortable talking to people, and then actually doing a lot of things that you want.

But you can’t really do that if you’re going to be managing people.”3.

Apply for a job with a team:”A team is the best part of the job.

It is a place to work and it is a home,” says Brouussard.

“It’s a place where you can get things done and it’s a team.

If it’s your first project, your first job, your career is going to take a while to start.”4.

Don’t be a one-trick pony:”Doing the same thing over and over again, and not being able to do different things,” says Soressen.

“You need to learn how to do a lot different things, so you can be a lot more flexible in terms of where you’re coming from.”5.

Don ‘t expect to be the boss:”You don’t get to be in charge of the entire company.

That’s just not the case,” says J.K. Williams, a Toronto-based architect who’s working on a book about architecture and design.

“The biggest misconception about the role is that it’s about having a certain amount of control.

There’s a huge amount of freedom.”6.

Don’ t expect to have all the answers:”There are people who say that you need to have a PhD in design to understand how architecture works, but that’s not true,” says Williams.

“Your experience is going a long way to making the right decisions, and I think that’s what you need.”7.

Look for a company with a good balance of experience:”When you think about your career, you need the right mix of experience and passion,” says Rolf van Rijn, an architecture graduate from Utrecht University.

“That means being able in a different industry to be flexible in your choices.”8.

Take an internship:”It’s an amazing opportunity to learn from people who can help you,” says van Rijk.

“I would recommend an internship at a company that you like.”9.

Look to architecture schools for a wide variety of career options:”Architecture is a highly technical field,” says Ben Kayser, an associate professor of architecture at Deakin University in Australia.

“Some of the best architects have spent their whole careers in architecture, and you’ll find a lot in the architecture program.

I think it’s very exciting for people to go into the field and try their hand at different things.””

There’s a lot to learn and an opportunity to be able help people out,” says Tanya Dickson, an adjunct associate professor at the University