The Arts and Recreation sector is made up of organisations in sports clubs, recreation, lotteries, casinos and gambling, creative arts, health and fitness, amusement parks, performing arts venues, music and theatre, parks and gardens, zoos, museums, and horse and dog racing.
The sector includes 28,300 organisations and employs 246,400 people.
Arts and Recreation services is a small but growing industry, with a relatively young workforce, where part time work is common. There are few disruptive threats to jobs in the Arts and Recreation sector.
Opportunity & Threat
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Using a mobile device such as a smart phone or tablet, visitors to the museum will be able to access more information about the presentations and artefacts around them than they would be able to do using their eye sight alone.
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