HR Study 2010

> Labour Market Information for Canada's Cultural Sector

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The HR Study 2010 package contains: HR Trends and Issues, Labour Market Information for Canada's Cultural Sector and The Effect of the Global Economic Recession on Canada's Creative Economy in 2009.

Recommendations

General

  1. Adopt standardized definitions of cultural domains.

  2. Develop a methodology to gather secondary employment data in cultural occupations.

Sub-sectoral (domain level)

Visual arts and crafts domain

  1. Develop a methodology to integrate available industry performance measures with revenue information from self-employed or contract artists.

Live performing arts domain

  1. Conduct targeted surveys to break out those segments of live performing arts that are currently aggregated together with other segments of live performing arts.

  2. Work with Statistics Canada to develop methods of sharing out revenues from the live performing arts domain to other principle cultural domains, where appropriate.

Music domain

  1. Develop a methodology to integrate available industry performance measures with revenue information from independent or self-employed musicians.

Heritage domain

  1. Work with Statistics Canada to enhance the Survey of Service Industries to report on archives and libraries.

Interactive digital media domain

  1. Work with Statistics Canada and industry to establish a standardized definition of interactive digital media, one that also acknowledges the unique roles of content creation and content enabling.