Nordicity and Environics join WIFT-T on industry study
Posted by Nordicity in Toronto on May 19, 2011

Emily Claire Afan, Playback Online, May 19, 2011

Looking to complete a study on employment trends in Canada's screen-based media industry, Women in Film & Television Toronto (WIFT-T) commissioned Nordicity and Environics as research partners (...) "The purpose of the study is to make data available to industry decision makers, providing them with a snapshot of the current workforce while identifying future needs, concerns and skills gaps," said Susan Ross, WIFT-T industry study chair, in a statement. "Our hope is that this research will drive policy and promote educational programs on a national level." 

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