A new report on the digital media sector released Wednesday said 48.1 per cent of Canadian digital media agencies expect year-over-year growth in revenues. “Digital agencies in Canada are projecting between 10 per cent and 24 per cent growth in revenue when compared to their revenue generation efforts in 2010. When you compare this data against the 68 per cent of reporting agencies who indicated they have a labour force size between one and 10 employees, this is incredible growth and is a good indicator of the strength of our economy,” Justin Kozuch, lead researcher for the study, called Pixel to Product, said in a release. The report found that the average salary of a Canadian digital media professional is between $40,000 and $59,999 and the average age is 28.2 years old. The report said that 73.4 per cent of digital media agencies will increase the size of their labour force in 2011, and that they are looking for people with skills in mobile application development, social media marketing and community management. Wednesday's Pixel to Product report, the first of an annual report on Canada’s digital media economy, is funded by Teehan Lax, a “digital experience” agency.