'Making a real difference': Three quarters of young people want green career paths

Stuart Stone
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'Making a real difference': Three quarters of young people want green career paths

National Apprenticeship Week survey finds vast majority of school leavers and entrants to the world of work seek climate positive roles.

Almost three quarters of teens and young adults are seeking career paths that would enable them to have a positive impact on the environment, according to new research commissioned by British Gas. The...

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