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Automotive Designers

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Workplaces for automotive designers vary depending on the stage of their current project. They work in comfortable offices when doing preliminary sketches, when using computerized design programs, or when brainstorming with other industry professionals. However, they may shift to different areas for other design processes, such as studios when building or modifying prototypes. Some travel may be involved when meeting with different fabric or leather vendors or paint distributors. Automotive designers usually work a regular 40-hour week, but longer hours may be required to meet an important project deadline.

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