As the human population continues to balloon worldwide, there is one thing that continues to grow with it: the demand for energy.
That demand, coupled with the ever-shrinking availability of non-renewable energy resources, has driven the need for new workers in the energy efficiency sector. As a result, a recent U.S. Energy and Employment report predicts that 200,000 new energy jobs will become available in 2017–a 9% increase over last year.
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