Job vacancy crisis in the arts: Is it getting better?
Here are the stats you need to know…
My first post in the new Statistical insights on the arts format unearthed data on job vacancies in the arts, finding historically high job vacancy rates in the broader arts and recreation sector. Today’s post examines updated data.
Today’s post contains an analysis of the ongoing challenge in finding workers, comparisons with other sectors of the economy, similarities and differences across the country, and the average wage offered for open positions.
As was the case in June, the focus is on the Statistics Canada industry grouping of workers in “arts, entertainment, and recreation”. Readers should be aware that Statistics Canada publishes data only for payroll employees.
I’ll outline four important findings in this post: