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Trendy looks will never go out of style, so there will always be fashion jobs available. The industry is broad and theres always a demand for fresh, new looks; especially in women's fashion. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the fashion design industry is projected to see an increase of 3% in job openings from 2016-2026, based on growth in the wholesale clothing market.

Education for a Job in Fashion Design

When it comes to the area of design, you're not required to have a degree. Usually, you just need natural talent and an eye for fashion. However, if your goal is to work for an established brand, they will likely prefer that you've graduated from a program beyond high school. For a textile and fashion designer, a minimum of an Associate degree is required, but a bachelor's degree is preferred.

Additionally, technical designers need an Associates degree in Technical Design or Apparel Production. And, fashion merchandisers should have an Associates or Bachelors degree in Fashion Merchandising.

Fashion Internship

If you're looking to learn more about this industry, a fashion internship is a great stepping-stone. Internships will teach you about how to create designs that are eye-catching. Designing clothes that are appealing is crucial to the success of the product. And while a lot of designers draw their designs, digital sketches are becoming more common. As an intern, you'll get acquainted with computer-aided design and learn how to properly advertise brands through campaigns.

Other Jobs in Fashion

You can work in the fashion industry without being in design. There are also fashion jobs in the areas of marketing, advertising, public relations, and photography, among others.

The Average Salary for Fashion Jobs

    • Designer: $83,

    • Creative director: $130,000

    • Merchandiser: $61,000

    • Assistant Buyer: $46,680

    • Marketing manager: $65,650

    • Social media Manager: $62,600

    • Assistant stylist: $49,760

    • Stylist: $79,380

    • Assistant Publicist: $65,710

    • VP: $142,670

The Cutting Edge of Fashion

If style and design is your passion, a career in the fashion industry can be very rewarding. Whether you decide to work for an established fashion house or become a personal shopper, talent is the key ingredient. Possessing exceptionally creative skills in fashion is the recipe for success.

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