Green Jobs Barometer: PwC launches interactive tool to track growth of UK's green jobs market

Cecilia Keating
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Green Jobs Barometer: PwC launches interactive tool to track growth of UK's green jobs market

Tool highlights regional disparities in nascent green jobs market, as well as concern among many workers that their jobs will disappear

The green jobs market has grown rapidly in recent years, but just over one per cent of jobs advertised in the UK are currently explicitly 'green' and these roles are not evenly spread across the country....

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