2015 prediction: sustainability will be written into every job description


www.theguardian.com | Posted Wednesday 7 January 2015

By Ellen Weinreb

The year 2014 marked the tipping point in recovery from the global financial crisis, with housing and stock prices rising as unemployment falls. In sustainability, the jobs market is also on the upswing.

As a sustainability recruiter, my last few years have held numerous conversations with discouraged candidates and inundated employers. In 2014, that all changed.

The calls from the frustrated, long-unemployed candidates slowed, replaced by urgent calls from employers struggling to find suitable candidates. Formerly anxious applicants seeking work were increasingly replaced by aggressive bargainers leveraging multiple job offers… read more>


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