The Green Jobs Map – Find Your Career in Canada’s Green Economy

Angie - Test Knowles, | March-08-13



Just looking at recent green job ads can be an inspiring experience. 
In these listings, prospective job candidates have the chance to work on everything from on-site monitoring of environmental impacts to program development and sustainability training. These roles clearly require creativity, environmental expertise and effective problem-solving – a dream come true for talented professionals who want to make a difference in their communities.
Few people would argue that there aren’t some great opportunities out there. The real issue is about knowing how to prepare effectively for these new green careers.
To bridge a long-standing informational gap on green employment trends, The Green Jobs Map – Tracking Employment through Canada’s Green Economy examined top green job opportunities. 
We designed these research findings to meet the needs of a career map, with clear guidance on how and where to find the best green job options.

Since nothing communicates an idea quite so effectively as a picture, check out our infographic of the report’s top results below!

(Click on image to enlarge)
Green Jobs Map Infographic - ECO Canada
For recent press on the findings from our green economy research check out: Alternatives Journal, Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine and Careering Magazine’s Contact Point.

The Green Jobs Map: 7 Part Blog Series

The Green Jobs Map - ECO Canada

1) How Does the Green Economy Impact Jobs?

2) Top 5 Jobs in the Top 5 Sectors

3) What is the Green Economy?

4) Where are Green Jobs Growing?

5) The Green Jobs Map

6) How to Stay Flexible on Your Green Career Path - Part I

7) How to Stay Flexible on Your Green Career Path - Part II