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Industry growth to be boosted by focus on sustainability

Filed under: IT Security — Mark on May 14, 2013

CareerStructure.com conducted research which discovered that 78 per cent of professional workers feel that if sustainability received an increased emphasis in built environments, overall growth in industry could be given a great boost. For those on the lookout for IT security jobs or any other positions in industries where sustainability is highly regarded, you can expect your next working environment to be a greener one.

With ever expanding green targets – as well as a demand for sustainable services and products – still growing, there could be great advantages for business by going green with investments. Whether it’s a loosening of red tape, funding from the private sector or government support, as sustainability credentials are now a high priority, environmental development can now be considered an important aspect of providing industry growth.

CareerStructure.com commercial director Rob Searle says:

“Sustainable development needs to be a focus for government; the market is there and industry primed to deliver. In fact, 60% of professionals feel sustainability qualifications should be mandatory, suggesting that this way of working is now and will be a huge focus for industry in the future.”

Although professional employees may feel that a sustainable qualification should be a mandatory one, others are integrating it into their system. Around 44 per cent of professionals from the built environment have had their employer ask them to demonstrate either qualifications or experience in sustainability. Many of those surveyed said they believe that evidence of knowledge in sustainability will be requested more in the coming months and years.

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