Radio Jobs: Down 27% Over 25 Years
June 9, 2016
If you work in U.S. radio broadcasting, you are part of an increasingly exclusive club.
Recent data on employment trends from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show substantial job shrinkage in the industry over the past quarter century, which likely won’t surprise many people reading this.
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