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Featured Report

Careers in Environmental Health and Safety: Current Job Trends and Future Growth

2014 Environmental Health and Safety Occupational Study


Environmental health and safety (EHS) represents the largest employment area for environmental workers in Canada: Over 667,000 employees use skills related to EHS.

Our Careers in Environmental Health and Safety report delves into the job opportunities for this top demand sub-sector, including the latest info on key employer industries, required qualifications, and future job demand.

This study also offers important insights if you're mid-career professional. Read this report to see how specific certifications and training impact your career growth and earning potential.

Careers in Environmental Professional Services is part of our Environmental Sub-Sector Profiling Series. This series includes these other reports: Careers in Sustainability , Careers in Environmental Professional Services , Careers in Water Quality, and Careers in Energy >>

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Top occupations: What are the core careers in environmental health and safety?
  • Career progression: How do EHS practitioners start out and then move up?
  • Hiring trends: What industries are hiring now and what does the future hold?


 

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