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Creative Talent Fueled by Mobile Office

Creative talent is a lot like love: you’ve got to give it your all, everything you have, every breath. You’ve got to give your sleep to it, your dreams and your respect. You will only get from it what you give. I have devoted my life to creative talent and have earned a living doing it.

According to two economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, some of the most rapidly growing job fields are those that “require imagination and creativity”. More than 60,000 new architect jobs have been added in the last decade, according to economist W. Michael Cox and economics writer, Richard Alm, who contributed to a New York Times report. This represents a 44% increase since 1994. There have also been 230,000 new designers added during the same period, showing a 43% increase.

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