Canadian Environmental Employment: Summary Analysis (Models)

From goods and services to job hiring trends and preliminary exploration of supply and demand

This report aims to provide a picture of environmental employment.

Three summarized reports compile preliminary findings on environmental employment from the perspective of Job Posting AnalysisSupply and Demand, and Environmental Goods and Services.

In this report, you’ll learn about:

  • Projections. 100,000 additional environmental jobs are expected to be created by 2024.
  • Hiring trends. Between 2013 and 2016, Natural Resource Management was the area of practice that posted more jobs across Canada: 27,782
  • Canadian environmental goods and services sector. In 2015, an estimated 44,800 companies had sales of over US$132 billion. These firms employed approximately 807,350 workers.

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