Arts and culture contribute a significant amount to the economy and well-being of societies, in addition to being job creators. Covid-19, not surprisingly, has had a substantial impact on arts and culture employment over the past year (you can see an analysis here) but there are strong signals that hiring is back.
For graduate students and PhDs, the enlargement of institutions such as theaters and museums through digital content and research offers new opportunities as well. If you’re interested in learning about the wide range of museum careers and roles, the go-to source is the American Alliance of Museums which provides copious amounts of information on museum careers, trends, training and job opportunities. There are also more general websites on current arts jobs at places such as Artjobs.
Our own curated selections on opportunities in the sector point to an uptick in hiring across curatorial, research, educational programs, online digital content, post-doctoral fellowships and many more areas of expertise on our main SmartJobs page.
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