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The 3 Cs are the future of jobs

Three Cs: Care, computers, and clean energy, are the future jobs but the fastest-growing jobs through 2026 are clean-energy occupations as per a recent report .

As the world is moving forward towards renewable energy, a recent report said  that China, Brazil, the United States, India, Japan and Germany have the most of renewable-energy jobs. As per the report, the solar photovoltaic (PV) is the largest employer (3.1 million jobs), mainly in China, the United States and India. Wind energy also increased by 7%. (1.2 million jobs). The report finds that 62% of the jobs are in Asia (Malaysia & Thailand) and new 62K jobs in Africa.

“If you want to find one of these rising jobs, look for renewable governments”.

Pay scale advice last week was : “Wouldn’t you love to be a part of something that ends up being a global game changer? Don’t think about green energy as just a fossil fuel alternative. Small innovations are making big impacts around the world. From finding ways to make light without an electrical grid, to running an entire island nation on 100 percent renewable energy in the next decade, the applications are endless. Tesla is making headlines with its innovations in large lithium batteries that can help supply electricity to communities around the world, including Australia and Puerto Rico. Batteries that can more effectively store and supply the energy that solar and wind can generate are “the missing piece” to the green energy struggle.

As per the study conducted by Market Research Future, the global market for renewable energy is likely to grow at the CAGR of around 20%.

Most new renewable energy capacity is installed in developing countries, and largely in China, the single largest developer of renewable power and heat over the past eight years. The renewable energy sector employed 9.8 million people in 2016, an increase of 1.1% over 2015. By technology, solar PV and biofuels provided the largest numbers of jobs. Employment shifted further towards Asia, which accounted for 62% of all renewable energy jobs (not including large-scale hydropower), led by China.  The global renewable energy market is regionally divided into Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, and Rest of the World. At present, the global market for renewable energy is dominated by Asia Pacific owing to the mandates issued by governments of many nations for minimizing the emissions of greenhouse gas. Europe is predicted to be the second largest market for renewable energy owing to the advancement in the technology and the availability of new forms of energy across the region. Ocean energy and offshore wind energy are two of the forms of renewable energy sources in Europe. South Africa renewable jobs were estimated at 26,246 jobs. Algeria projects resulted in around 3,500 jobs in construction and installation and could create 700 permanent jobs in O&M. Egypt’s solar PV sector is also estimated to employ around 3,000 people, with an additional 1,200 jobs in other technologies including wind, small hydropower, CSP and solar heating and cooling. Kenya’s projects recently created more than 4,500 local jobs. More countries are investing in renewable energy. Here are some examples:

In UK, you will soon buy and sell your own energySaudi Arabia calls for 41 GW of solarUAE is planning to add nuclear, renewable, and coal-fired electricityJamaica, Europe, QatarEgypt, and the future is bright. For job seekers, they should look for future jobs opportunities and learn the skills needed to obtain those jobs.

Additional reading:

  1. How The Future Of Jobs Is Changing, And The Skills Needed To Thrive
  2. Career advices. 

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