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Green jobs: Where are we in 2022?

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LinkedIn recently published its Global Green Skills Report 2022. Some highlights:

·        10% of jobs advertised on LinkedIn were looking for at least 1 green skill. Examples of these jobs included: fleet manager, healthcare worker, construction worker, facilities manager

·        The number of jobs in renewables, environmental have grown in 237% in last 5 years

·        13% of individuals maintaining LinkedIn profiles list having green skills

·        By 2025, we will have more demand for green skills than workers with green skills

·        For every 10 men who have green skills on LinkedIn, there are only 6 women with green skills, indicating an opportunity to close this gap

As we make this transition, we want to make it fast enough and fair and need to reflect on: What skills will be needed to transition workers from non-green to green jobs? What skill gaps are there?

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