• Thanks for the reply Rob. As I mentioned...

    1. The amount of Radio jobs in Canada (where my students are getting jobs) over the last 10 years is pretty flat (about a 1% decline). And that's ALL jobs in radio, not just announcing.
    2. The amount of radio stations have increased in the last 10...

    Thanks for the reply Rob. As I mentioned...

    1. The amount of Radio jobs in Canada (where my students are getting jobs) over the last 10 years is pretty flat (about a 1% decline). And that's ALL jobs in radio, not just announcing.
    2. The amount of radio stations have increased in the last 10 years. (Less staff per station, but more radio stations in Canada)
    3. The jobs ARE changing. Each position now has more responsibilities than it did 10 years ago.

    So when I wrote, "There are the same (or more) amount of jobs, but the jobs are different", the line that you attacked...I was right.

    So, I'll leave it at that. As you said...I honestly don't even know why I am bothering to comment. But, judging by your antagonist approach, I'm sure you'll want to have the last word.

    At least if you wanna go call bingo games, you know you have the skills to do it. (Oh, my apologies...was the un-Canadian of me too?) I'm sorry! My advice Rob, go back and read the headline for the article. Have a nice day!

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