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Can Architects Finally have a Seat at the Table? Labor Rights and Work Conditions in Architecture

December 29, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

The early stages of practicing architecture are often met with what many explain as “the slippery slope of being an architect”, where expectations do not at all meet reality of the profession and gets worse as the experience progresses. With constant burnouts as a result of working overtime and on weekends on the account of “gaining experience”, extraordinary expectations, low wages, and physical and mental strains, the prestige of being an architect has evidently vanished with modern-day work conditions. So how can architects fight for their labor rights after years of exploitation and what is currently being done to ensure them?

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