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Professional Organizers

Work Environment

Professional organizers work primarily with their clients in residential or office settings. An organizer typically travels to the client’s residence or workplace, incurring a substantial amount of travel time. Individuals who are assisting others in creating more organized, efficient spaces will need to shop for organizational solutions such as filing cabinets, shelving and storage systems, containers, and other materials.

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