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Earlier this week we hosted our "Barriers to Working on Climate" webinar.
Thank you to our incredible panelists, Brendan, Janet, Joshua, and Yin.
Takeaways for job seekers:
🪴 Climate experience isn't required
🪴 Networking is necessary
🪴 Optimize your search for climate
Takeaways for hiring managers:
🪴 Don't require climate experience
🪴 Source outside of climate communities
🪴 Prioritize benefits, salary, remote work, etc.
Looking to make the jump? Here are some of the top resources to help you transition your career to focus on climate solutions.
→ You asked, we answered. Q&As from our Barriers to Working on Climate Webinar.
→ How do you look for a job from scratch? Our candidate, Michael Chang, shares his experience.
→ Climate adaptation is just as important as mitigation. Janet explains why.
→ Electrifying the future. USPS will make 40% of its new trucks electric.→ About this heatwave ... We dive into the Energy and Grid sector.→ Climate funding abides in 2022. CTVC's midyear update.
🌱 PEOPLE WANT TO WORK ON CLIMATE
One of our TikTok videos got some traction and we saw 22,000 people flocking to our website asking about climate jobs. We received messages from engineers, lawyers, healthcare professionals, PMs, and more.
→ We need millions of people working in this space and there is no shortage of interest. Watch the video.
→ The most ambitious climate action ever taken in the United States. This new climate litigation will supercharge the growth of wind and other clean energy industries.
Climate People announces expansion of recruitment services to include deep tech, science, and business-related functions. Check out our talent portal for pre-vetted, mission-driven candidates ready to make a difference in your company!
The field of climate tech is rapidly growing, and software engineers and data scientists are in high demand. However, finding a job in this sector can be challenging, especially if you're looking for a specific role.
The impacts of climate change can be seen in different fields, including agriculture, marine science, materials science, environmental science, and so on. As a result, there has been an increasing demand for scientists who can help in mitigating the effects of climate change