• Hi Rob, it's too bad you didn't do any research (as I've done) before you commented. In my class, that's a re-do.

    In Canada, in the 90's there were approximately 10,000 radio jobs. AND today? There are just over 10,000 jobs in radio. (I'm not good at math, but I think that's the same number?)...

    Hi Rob, it's too bad you didn't do any research (as I've done) before you commented. In my class, that's a re-do.

    In Canada, in the 90's there were approximately 10,000 radio jobs. AND today? There are just over 10,000 jobs in radio. (I'm not good at math, but I think that's the same number?) The first link below shows there was about a 1% decrease in jobs in radio in the last 10 years. ONE PER CENT! Again, not good at math, but that's pretty close!

    AND, yes the jobs are the same (or actually slightly increasing) in the States as well. Below in the link from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that says, there is a 1% percent increase in jobs expected in the next 10 years in this vocation.

    And the number of radio stations in Canada are much more than in the 90's. Both in Canada...AND in the US.

    SO...when the author (ME) says "there are the same amount of jobs (or more) in radio"...I guess I was right after all Rob! Thanks for coming out though, what do we have for him Jim!


    https://www.statista.com/statistics/481241/canada-radio-industry-weekly-average-employees/

    https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/marketreport/outlook-occupation/16309/ca;jsessionid=3606621454FA1F7EB467D46DFAFB93E7.jobsearch75

    https://www.bls.gov/ooh/media-and-communication/announcers.htm

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