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Inexperienced energy jobs are on the upward thrust as fossil gas companies lose workers

At least in terms of the job market, 2021 was a good year for renewable energy. A report released earlier this week by the Department of Energy found that nearly every part of the renewable energy sector added jobs last year. And despite a rise in fossil fuel production, the number of oil and gas-related
June 30, 2022

Governor Hochul Publicizes Americold Will Develop 60 Jobs in Soundless $41 Million Dunkirk Warehouse Facility

Governor Hochul Publicizes Americold Will Develop 60 Jobs in Soundless $41 Million Dunkirk Warehouse Facility
Governor Hochul Announces Americold Will Create 60 Jobs in New $41 Million Dunkirk Warehouse Facility Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that Americold has completed construction of a 181,000-square-foot cold storage distribution facility on approximately 28 acres in the Town of Dunkirk in Chautauqua County. The $41 million project will create 60 new jobs, in addition to the 250 construction
June 25, 2022

25 Workers Opened Up About The “Reputedly Frosty” Jobs That Are “Total Traps”

25 Workers Opened Up About The “Reputedly Frosty” Jobs That Are “Total Traps”
"He has cuts, burns, scrapes, and chronic foot problems." We recently posted a list of "trap" careers that seem like they'd be amazing, but are totally awful in reality. People from the BuzzFeed Community flooded the comments with their own submissions. Here are 25 more careers that aren't as great as they seem: 1. "Being
June 25, 2022

Rapid switch to enticing energy would safe over 15 million new jobs in India: Divulge

Rapid switch to enticing energy would safe over 15 million new jobs in India: Divulge
Ending dependency on fossil fuels and switching to clean energy would create over 15 million new jobs in India by 2025 and nearly two million jobs in G7 countries, said a new report on Wednesday.  The latest report, 'Cutting Bills and Creating Jobs: the economic opportunities of a clean energy transition', published by the We
June 25, 2022
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