Prepare now for big rise in 'green' jobs

Brockett, James
May 2007
People Management;5/17/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p9
The article focuses on the call from British employers for education to adapt fast to ensure skills demands are met. Employers predict that the environmental agenda is set to create thousands of jobs over the next decade. Figures from the Department of Trade and Industry have predicted that up to 35,000 people will be working in green jobs in the country by 2020, particularly in the energy industry.


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