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Professional Organizers

Advancement Prospects

 An individual in the field of professional organizing is in the unique position of being able to create his or her own career future. What may start out as a small, part-time job can grow into a full-time business. Professional organizers may choose to limit, or likewise may choose to extend the geographic area they work in. They may begin by doing individual rooms in family homes, such as nursery preparations, garage reorganizations, or similar residential jobs, and then expand their focus to include business and office environments. As they gain more skills and experience, professional organizers can elect to work with people with organizational challenges, not only in hands-on tidying and organizing, but in coaching and counseling to maintain orderly spaces. Those who are most skilled in the field command higher hourly rates and attract more prestigious clients. 

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