Communications Manager

Meet Yat

“When you have a disability, sometimes it feels like your dreams are out of reach. When I got this position, I was elated. It was like a dream come true.”

Yat found a new start and so can you. Follow these steps to explore how WorkBC can help you.
*Filming took place before the COVID-19 pandemic

Avg salary in B.C.:


Typical education:

A degree or diploma in communications, marketing or a related field

Expected job openings over next 10 years:


Step: 1
Marketing Manager Step 1

Reach out for support

It can be hard to know where to go for help. Talking with your loved ones is a good place to start. The WorkBC Parents’ Guide helps parents support youth as they explore options and make decisions about education and career.

Check out WorkBC’s parents’ guide

“I needed prosthetics. I needed a hearing device. And along the way I needed emotional and mental support from the teachers, from my support circle and professionals.”

Step: 2
Marketing Manager Step 2

Get the tools you need for success

Do you face barriers at work due to a disability? Learn how WorkBC Assistive Technology Services can provide equipment, devices, and supports to help you thrive in the workplace.

Learn about Assistive Technology Services

“For everyone there are barriers to work, visible or invisible. WorkBC is a great resource where you can go to get help.”

Step: 3
Marketing Manager Step 3

Explore programs & schools

Find the right training program for you. From post-secondary to technical and trades programs, there are many pathways to help prepare you for a great job.

Check out your options for training & education

“In university, I realized that I have great passion for communications. I loved writing and telling stories. I found my channel for expression.”

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Marketing Manager Step 4

Find a job that’s right for you

A good job makes all the difference. Find a career that matches who you are, what you’re good at and where you live.

Search current job openings in B.C.

“I chose communications because I can make a difference. The work that I do today really is a true calling. ”