Green jobs market defies downturn

James S Murray
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UK green recruitment specialist reports jobs market grew 50 per cent last year and is showing no signs of slowing

The UK recruitment market might be on its knees as widespread redundancies and hiring freezes begin to bite, but for those recruitment firms focused on green jobs the outlook could hardly be more upbeat....

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