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The State of the Environmental Workforce in Canada: New Research Release


Enhance your knowledge and skills with relevant information on Canada's environmental sector.

In this free, 40-minute webinar, you will get the latest information on environmental employment and the skills employers are looking for.

Key findings and insights you will learn:

  • Where environmental professionals work and what occupations are in demand
  • What skills and competencies will make you a more desirable candidate
  • Growth projections for the next six years
  • Trends that are reshaping future demand in environmental sub-sectors

This webinar is applicable to:

  • New environmental program graduates
  • Non-environmental professionals looking for opportunities in the field
  • Current environmental professionals seeking to transition into a different area or seeking a promotion
  • Employers looking to update their knowledge on required skills
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Joanne O'Connell

Director of Research, ECO Canada

Joanne is an accomplished marketing research professional with a track record of proven experience. A second-generation native Calgarian, her Alberta-based career has given her a deep understanding of the hearts and minds of Albertans.

Return clients speak to her flexible and resourceful practice and her ability to assimilate detail while always staying on point with study objectives.

Before joining ECO, she enjoyed a varied career including both employment and self-employment in social and marketing research which allowed her to achieve the CMRP (“Certified Marketing Research Professional”) from the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) of Canada.

Joanne has personally directed many hundreds of research projects, and moderated more than 400 focus groups.

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Enhance your knowledge and skills with relevant information on Canada's environmental sector.

In this free, 40-minute webinar, you will get the latest information on environmental employment and the skills employers are looking for.

Key findings and insights you will learn:

  • Where environmental professionals work and what occupations are in demand
  • What skills and competencies will make you a more desirable candidate
  • Growth projections for the next six years
  • Trends that are reshaping future demand in environmental sub-sectors

This webinar is applicable to:

  • New environmental program graduates
  • Non-environmental professionals looking for opportunities in the field
  • Current environmental professionals seeking to transition into a different area or seeking a promotion
  • Employers looking to update their knowledge on required skills
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Joanne O'Connell

Director of Research, ECO Canada

Joanne is an accomplished marketing research professional with a track record of proven experience. A second-generation native Calgarian, her Alberta-based career has given her a deep understanding of the hearts and minds of Albertans.

Return clients speak to her flexible and resourceful practice and her ability to assimilate detail while always staying on point with study objectives.

Before joining ECO, she enjoyed a varied career including both employment and self-employment in social and marketing research which allowed her to achieve the CMRP (“Certified Marketing Research Professional”) from the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) of Canada.

Joanne has personally directed many hundreds of research projects, and moderated more than 400 focus groups.