Green Jobs Come Into Focus

September 2011
Alaska Economic Trends;Sep2011, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p15
The article focuses on the growing role of green jobs in Australia as to the first comprehensive survey on green employment by industry. It offers a definition of green jobs, the top green occupations by employment and the seven categories of green jobs including renewable energy, greenhouse gas reduction and recycling and waste reduction. It also notes the green score of top green jobs, the special requirements in green occupations and green skills, training and qualifications.


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