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Change in jobs by culture domain, fourth quarter of 2022

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The heritage and libraries domain includes only private institutions. All institutions owned or operated by the government (federal, provincial or municipal) are included in the governance, funding and professional support (culture) domain.
2.
Government-owned or government-operated institutions (except schools, colleges and universities) are in the governance, funding and professional support domain even if their activity falls within the scope of one of the other subdomains. For example, a government-operated library would be included in the governance, funding and professional support (culture) domain and not in the libraries subdomain.
3.
The multi-domain category includes culture industries that are associated with more than one culture domain: the culture portion of the convention and trade show organizers, manufacturing and reproducing unrecorded media, lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets (except copyrighted works), and Internet broadcasting and web search portal industries. These culture industries all affect more than one culture domain but cannot be easily allocated to a single domain; therefore, they have been aggregated. As of 2017, publishers publishing exclusively on the Internet were moved from the multi-domain to their associated subdomain within written and published works.
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This is a bar clustered chart.

Change in jobs by culture domain, fourth quarter of 2022
  %
Heritage and libraries¹ 3.0
Live performance -1.9
Visual and applied arts 0.7
Written and published works -1.1
Audio-visual and interactive media 1.5
Sound recording 0.5
Education and training -0.3
Governance, funding and professional support² 1.5
Multi-domain³ 0.8
1.
The heritage and libraries domain includes only private institutions. All institutions owned or operated by the government (federal, provincial or municipal) are included in the governance, funding and professional support (culture) domain.
2.
Government-owned or government-operated institutions (except schools, colleges and universities) are in the governance, funding and professional support domain even if their activity falls within the scope of one of the other subdomains. For example, a government-operated library would be included in the governance, funding and professional support (culture) domain and not in the libraries subdomain.
3.
The multi-domain category includes culture industries that are associated with more than one culture domain: the culture portion of the convention and trade show organizers, manufacturing and reproducing unrecorded media, lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets (except copyrighted works), and Internet broadcasting and web search portal industries. These culture industries all affect more than one culture domain but cannot be easily allocated to a single domain; therefore, they have been aggregated. As of 2017, publishers publishing exclusively on the Internet were moved from the multi-domain to their associated subdomain within written and published works.
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