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Careers in Environmental Health and Safety: Current Job Trends and Future Growth
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- Year 2014
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Note: The total number of core environmental workers for this sub-sector is updated. Please refer to the New Ways of Measuring Environmental Employment report to find the current numbers. Career pathways, trends and key findings in the Environmental Health and Safety report remain accurate.
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) represents the largest employment area for environmental workers in Canada: over 667,000 employees use skills related to EHS.
Careers in Environmental Health and Safety 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 a mid-career professional. Read this report to see how specific certifications and training impact your career growth and earning potential.
- Top occupations: What are the core careers in EHS?
- 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?