January 2006
Career Guide to Industries;2006/2007, p133
Trade Publication
The article reports on the contribution of the broadcasting industry consists of radio and television stations and networks to the economic development of the U.S. Most employees in the industry work in clean, comfortable surroundings in broadcast stations and studios. Broadcasting provides about 327,000 wage and salary jobs. It is noted that employment in broadcasting is expected to increase by 11 percent during the 2004-2014 period.


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