Senior managers in this occupational group plan, organize, control, direct and run broadcasting, trade or other service companies through middle managers. They also create policies to manage the direction of these companies, either alone or working with a board of directors.
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Senior managers in this group work in organizations that do broadcasting and related media services, wholesale trade, retail trade, accommodation and food service, and other services.
Estimated median employment income based on 2021 Job Bank median hourly wage rate (median annual salary = hourly wage rate x 40 (hours per week) x 52.14 (weeks per year))
Note:Estimated median employment income based on 2021 Job Bank median hourly wage rate (median annual salary = hourly wage rate x 40 (hours per week) x 52.14 (weeks per year))
Source: 2021 Job Bank Wage Report
Source: B.C. Labour Market Outlook
10 year expected job openings: 3,910
Senior managers in this group perform some or all of the following duties:
Senior managers in this group may specialize in areas such as finance, marketing or human resources or in the sale of a particular product or provision of a particular service.
Key aspects of the work in this group:
Source: 2016 Census
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The boundaries of this unit group are defined by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), which includes Broadcasting and Telecommunications, Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, Accommodation and Food Service, and Other Services not classified elsewhere
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