Topic: designMENA survey

Results revealed for designMENA work/life balance survey

When comparing interior design and architecture industries in the region, it appears that those working in interior design are happier with their work-life balance. The results of the latest designMENA survey show that 36% of architects are satisfied with their work-life balance, far … More

Design and architecture industry confirm having flexible work hours, survey reveals

When looking at designMENA’s work/life balance survey results for flexible working hours, 39% of respondents stated that they are free to work from home, with averages rising for parents with pre-and-school-age children, 55% of whom have the flexibility to work from home occasionally. … More

Dubai architects and designers work 23% more than their contracted hours and feel pressured to stay overtime

According to designMENA’s work/life balance survey, designers and architects work on average 23% more than their contracted hours. Respondents said they are contracted to work on average 40 hours per week, while actually working 49 hours. Architects claimed longer contracted working hours (44 … More

Dubai-based architects are less satisfied with work/life balance than interior designers, designMENA survey reveals

When comparing interior design and architecture industries in the region, it appears that those working in interior design are happier with their work-life balance. The results of the latest designMENA survey show that 36% of architects are satisfied with their work-life balance, far … More