Graduation statistics - Recreation and Leisure Studies 2014

Recreation and Leisure Studies graduate statistics. Employed 78%. Attending school 15%. Looking for work 7%.

  • Information was not available for 38 (47.5%) of the 80 Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates.
  • Statistics shown are of those with available information. 

Employment (Full-time and part-time combined 32 of 42, 76.1%)

Selected job titles

Centre for Opportunity, Respect, and Empowerment, Lifestyle Strategist

Ottawa Sport and Social Club, Sport Operations & Event Coordinator

Hespeler Village Neighbourhood Association, Recreation and Events Director

University of Waterloo, Graduate Research Assistant

University of Western Ontario, Residence Manager

Bank of Montreal, Financial Services Manager

St. Joseph's Villa, Therapeutic Recreationist

Scotiabank, Financial Advisor

Bingeman’s, League Coordinator

Golf Canada, Amateur Competitions Intern

Mandarin Holidays, Travel Consultant

Waterloo Regional Homes for Mental Health, Relief Worker

University of Waterloo, Student Relations Officer

Northbridge Insurance, Sales and Distribution Coordinator

Allendale Long Term Care, Life Enrichment Therapist

Paul Sadler Swimland, Management

Region of Peel, Activation Therapist

Hamilton Tiger Cats, Assistant Video Coordinator

Muskoka Landing, Activity Aide

Grand River Shows, Consumer Shows & Services Intern

Horizons Tower, Community Life Coordinator

Post-graduate education (6 of 42, 14.2%)

Brock University, Applied Disability Studies

University of Ottawa, Sports Management

McMaster University, Occupational Therapy

Mount Royal University, Project Management

Western University, Public Health Policy

Ryerson University, Urban Development (Planning)

Looking for employment (3 of 42, 7.1%)

Travel (1 of 42, 2.3%)