The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently published its 2021 Compensation Report, a biannual study of the financial health of the architecture profession. Given the unprecedented toll that COVID has taken on virtually every field for the last 18 months, this year’s report shed light during a moment that otherwise had little clarity.
“Like many professions, architecture firms across the country have had to weather an incredibly volatile period,” said Kermit Baker, chief economist of the AIA, in a press statement. “While we have seen an unprecedented recovery in architecture firm billings during 2021, this report provides a valuable snapshot of the impact the pandemic had last year on
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