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Green Economy and Green Jobs
Supporting Youth and Economic Recovery: A Win/Win
As Canada moves towards a green economic recovery, employers can leverage wage funding to hire young professionals with the latest skills and knowledge.
Natural Resources Canada Announces $15.8 Million for Green Jobs & Training for Youth
ECO Canada has been selected as a partner to provide youth training and green job opportunities for youth in STEM. Our employment programs provide Canadian employers with wage funding for environmentally-related roles.
Job Search Tips from a Recruiter!
Finding the perfect job – or any job- is a full-time job. There is so much information available, either through a google search or from friends and family. Here are some helpful tips from a professional recruiter to assist you with your job search.
The Skills You Need to Succeed in 2019
ECO Canada recently surveyed environmental employers, workers and other stakeholders to discover the tops skills needed to work in the environmental sector. Whether it’s skills that every employer needs, or a highly-technical and specific skill set, professional development is always worth the investment.
AET Group Wins ECO Canada’s Employer Impact Award
AET Group Inc. wins ECO Canada’s inaugural Employer Impact Award for their outstanding commitment to the environmental professionals working for them, their dedication to sustainability, and their community-minded projects.
The Green Jobs Map: Tracking Employment through Canada’s Green Economy (2012)
ECO Canada developed the Green Jobs Map research series to chart green employment opportunities in 2012
Supplementary Ontario Report (2012)
This 2012 complementary report focuses on key sectors, skills requirements and job demand in Ontario
Land Your Dream Green Job: Know What Employers Are Looking For (2012)
This 2012 study offers insights into the competencies that environmental employers valued most when hiring
Defining the Green Economy (2010)
This report presents emerging green economic areas and skills gaps identified in 2010