Telecommunication carrier managers plan and direct the operations of telecommunication organizations/facilities. They analyze/evaluate installation, operation, and maintenance services, and recommend improvements.
Postal and courier service managers plan and direct the activities/operations of postal facilities, courier service companies, or Canada Post divisions. They review service effectiveness and make required changes.
1. Information and Cultural Industries - 57.0%
2. Transportation and warehousing - 22.0%
3. Computer and electronic product manufacturing - 3.0%
1. You usually need a university degree or college diploma.
2. To be a telecommunication carrier manager, you usually need a university degree in science, electrical or electronics engineering, or a related field. You may also need several years' experience, including supervisory experience in a related technical occupation.
3. To be a postal and courier service manager, you may also need several years' supervisory or operational experience.
4. Most recent entrants have an undergraduate university degree, and almost 3 in 10 have a graduate degree.
2. Computer-related courses
3. English (Communication)
Hourly wages ($31.84) are close to the national average ($18.07). These earnings are close to the average for occupations in the business, finance and administration sector. These wages grew at an average rate from 2002 to 2004.