Offshore Wind Sector Deal: 'Green collar jobs' set to more than triple by 2030

James Murray
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Offshore Wind Sector Deal: 'Green collar jobs' set to more than triple by 2030

Government to announce new goal to drastically expand offshore wind employment and ensure at least a third of new jobs are taken by women

The government is set to announce its long-awaited Offshore Wind Sector Deal this week with a high profile goal to triple the number of people employed in the sector and double the share of women entering...

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