Furniture Designers

Employment for commercial and industrial designers who work in furniture and related product manufacturing is expected to decline through 2024, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Most openings will result from the need to replace designers who leave the industry. Some new jobs will emerge because a growing number of consumers are interested in purchasing furniture that is not just utilitarian but also fashionable and stylish.  

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