Architects cancel their registration and look for alternatives abroad

Architects cancel their registration and look for alternatives abroad
Architects cancel their registration and look for alternatives abroad

“We observed a significant increase in the number of colleagues who decide to withdraw from enrollment due to lack of work,” he said. “The economic situation has hit our sector hard, and in January we began to notice this phenomenon.”

Although some architects still find work on private projects, the situation is complicated for many. “There are those who continue to work and fight to stay afloat, but it is not easy,” he admitted. “Public works is also an important source of work for our professionals, since they can be in charge of preparing plans for companies.”

The president of the association of architects expressed hope that the situation will improve soon, but acknowledged that they currently face significant challenges. “We have had around 20 people throughout the province of Misiones seeking to withdraw from school, and some are considering the option of emigrating abroad in search of job opportunities,” she revealed.

Hollenika also highlighted the difficulties in the construction process, with numerous projects that remain stalled due to unfinished plans and delays in municipal processing. “Our profession entails risks, since the responsibility begins with the final certificate of work and extends for five years,” he warned. “It is crucial to address these issues to avoid stagnation and ensure the profession progresses.”

 
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