A real estate developer designs, sells, and builds real estate developments. The developer in the video, Robert Rinke, has designed multiple resorts on Pensacola Beach, Florida. NOTE: This is a very specialized position, so the salary range may vary widely depending on the size and location of the developer's properties.
There isn't one definite pathway into become a developer. Having a strong background in real estate and a four-year bachelor's degree in business or building construction may be helpful.
The job outlook for a developer depends on the real estate needs of a particular geographical area.
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A real estate developer spends time split between the office and job site, depending upon where they are in the developmental cycle (planning vs. building).
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Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook
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