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  • NY Dept or Labor JobZone – top two – create accountOccupational Information NetworkCarl Jung typological approach to personality
  • More who want to work than there are jobsExperience and good business skills necessaryDemand for more TV and movies, especially from foreign marketsMobile and online, though success is not yet known – i.e. Netflix16% growth in self-employment, due to independent films growingAs radio stations consolidate, jobs disappearDecline is slowed, due to desire for local programming
  • Directors Guild of AmericaStage Directors and Choreographers SocietyNational Endowment for the ArtsNational Association of Schools of Theater
  • New media and latest technology in electronicsSmaller markets are showing best chances for employmentHands-on experience and willingness not to specializeImproving AV capabilities at businesses, schools, stationsIncreased budgets to save money on travel costsHospitals, Hotels, and schools, as well as whiteboards and video equipmentSlower growth due to computer-controlled programming, as well as station consolidation
  • National Association of BroadcastersSociety of Broadcast EngineersPower of AVNational Systems Contractors Associations
  • Due to decline, publishing industry job competition will be strongEditors comfortable with adapting to online media and working with a variety of electronic and digital tools should have advantageMajor concentration in bigger markets – NYC, LA, Chicago, Boston, DC
  • American Copy Editors Society
  • Experience with mobile and online TV a plusIncrease in demand for motion pictures, due to special effects planningConsolidation of roles – field reporters who edit their own work - leads to less need at TV stationsAutomated camera systems decrease needs
  • International Cinematographers Guild
  • Experienced announcers battling with entry levelSmaller market cities will have more demandLimited growth from station consolidationRecording segments beforehand – Delilah, John TeshDemand for local programming
  • National Association of Broadcasters
  • Increase in audio video on web may offset downsizingConsolidation of new organizationsDecreases in readership and viewership creates declinesBroadcast news analysts should grow 10% - preference for commentary and insightDifficulty selling advertising
  • National Association of BroadcastersDow Jones News Funds, Inc.
  • ESC Coursehttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/home.htm
  • Career trends 8 17 12

    1. 1. New York NetworkJoshua Gaul - August 17, 2012
    2. 2. * Self-Assessment Tools* TV/Radio Production/Media Job Trends* Resources* Questions?
    3. 3. * Career Interests Profiler (create account)* Work Values Profiler (create account)* O*net Skills Search* Jung Typology Test
    4. 4. * Producers/Directors* Broadcast/Sound Engineering Technicians* Editors* Film/Video Editors/Camera Operators* Announcers* Reporters/Analysts
    5. 5. 2010 Median Pay $68,4402010 # of Jobs 122,5002010-2020 Outlook 11% Growth (average)Employment Change 13,5000+ jobs
    6. 6. StatisticsPositions % of Job AreaRadio/TV 16%Motion Picture/Video 23%Performing Arts/Sports 7%Cable/Subscription Programming 4%
    7. 7. * Intense competition* Business Skills* Foreign Demand* Experimental Methods* Self-Employment Growth* Station Consolidation* Local Programming
    8. 8. Resources* http://www.dga.org/* http://www.sdcweb.org/* http://www.nea.gov/* http://nast.arts-accredit.org/
    9. 9. 2010 Median Pay $39,8702010 # of Jobs 116,9002010-2020 Outlook 10% Growth (average)Employment Change 11,600+ jobs
    10. 10. StatisticsPositions % of Job AreaRadio/TV 23%Motion Picture/Video 10%Performing Arts/Sports 10%Educational/State/Local/Private 9%
    11. 11. * Strong competition* Smaller Markets* Non-specialization* New equipment* Increased budgets* Digital Signage* Automation
    12. 12. Resources* http://www.nab.org* http://www.sbe.org* http://www.powerofav.com* http://www.nsca.org
    13. 13. 2010 Median Pay $51,4702010 # of Jobs 127,2002010-2020 Outlook 1% GrowthEmployment Change 800+ jobs
    14. 14. StatisticsPositions % of Job AreaNewspaper/Periodical/Publishers 45%Religious/Grantmaking/Civic 9%Professional/Scientific/Technical 6%Colleges/State/Local/Private 4%
    15. 15. * Strong competition* Electronic/Digital Tools* Major Markets
    16. 16. Resources* http://copydesk.org
    17. 17. 2010 Median Pay $45,4902010 # of Jobs 58,3002010-2020 Outlook 4% GrowthEmployment Change 2,200+ jobs
    18. 18. StatisticsPositions % of Job AreaTV Broadcasting (Camera) 24%Motion Picture/Video (Camera) 21%Self-Employed (Camera) 34%Motion Picture/Video (Editors) 42%TV Broadcasting (Editors) 9%Self-Employed (Editors) 35%
    19. 19. * Experimental Tools* Special Effects Planning* Role Consolidation* Automated Camera Systems
    20. 20. Resources* http://www.cameraguild.com
    21. 21. 2010 Median Pay $27,0102010 # of Jobs 61,9002010-2020 Outlook 7% GrowthEmployment Change 4,100+ jobs
    22. 22. StatisticsPositions % of Job AreaRadio/TV Broadcasting (Announcers) 60%Self-Employed (Announcers) 35%Self-Employed (Public Address) 35%Arts/Entertainment/Sports (Public Address) 26%Radio/TV Broadcasting (Public Address) 5%
    23. 23. * Fewer jobs* Flexibility* Limited growth* Cyber jockeying* Local programming demand
    24. 24. Resources* http://www.nab.org
    25. 25. 2010 Median Pay $36,0002010 # of Jobs 58,5002010-2020 Outlook 6% DeclineEmployment Change 3,200- jobs
    26. 26. StatisticsPositions % of Job AreaNewspaper Publishers 46%Television 20%Radio 6%
    27. 27. * New Media* Consolidation of organization* Decline in viewership* News commentary preference* Lack of advertising
    28. 28. Resources* http://www.nab.org* http://www.newsfund.org
    29. 29. * 21st Century Careers Curriculum* Bureau of Labor Statistics

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