Duke Energy Creates Jobs and Boosts Diversity, Talent Pool with Foundation Grants
- Aug 6, 2021 6:18 pm GMT
The utility industry has a workforce problem.
Even as an unprecedented energy transition has flooded the industry with new technologies and processes, making old ways of working redundant, the industry is facing an employee demographic problem. A new kind of employee, familiar with technology and informed about the new energy landscape, is needed. A 2017 report on workforce trends in the utility industry defined this new worker as one who is “adept in risk assessment, behavioral science, and familiar with cyber hygiene.”
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