'Worrying picture': LinkedIn data points to worsening global green skills shortage

Michael Holder
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Green hiring continues to surge across multiple countries and industries, but requisite skills are struggling to keep pace with demand

The world is facing a "significant" and widening green skills gap, with the global workforce lacking the sustainability professionals and clean tech experts required to meet surging demand across numerous...

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