Managers of libraries, archives, museums and art galleries plan and direct the activities of these organizations or technical departments within them.
Managers in publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and other performing arts plan and direct the operations of newspapers, publishing firms, radio/television stations, and film, theatre, record, and video production companies.
Managers in recreation and sport plan and direct the activities, projects, and operations of recreational facilities and sports programs/services. They also manage professional athletic teams, and national/provincial/territorial sports agencies.
1. Information and cultural industries - 37.0%
2. Arts entertainment and recreation - 30.0%
3. Public administration - 11.0%
4. Other services (except public administration) - 5.0%
5. Educational services - 4.0%
1. In general, you need an advanced university degree and several years' experience in your profession, field or industry. In some instances, you may substitute appropriate work experience for educational qualifications. Some may need supervisory experience.
2. To be a library manager, you must have a graduate degree in library and information science.
3. To be an archive manager, you need a graduate degree in archival science or history.
4. To be a museum or art gallery manager, you usually need a graduate degree related to arts administration.
5. To be a manager in publishing, motion pictures, or other performing arts, you need a university degree or college diploma in communications, journalism, broadcasting or another arts field.
6. To be a recreation and sports manager, you need a university degree in recreology, physical education, sports administration or a related field, or a college diploma in recreation or sports administration. You may need certification in an area such as coaching.
7. Most recent entrants have an undergraduate university degree.
2. Computer-related courses
3. English (Communication)
Hourly wages ($25.85) are above the national average ($18.07). These earnings are close to the average for occupations in the art, culture, recreation and sport sector. These wages grew at an above-average rate from 2002 to 2004.