Engineers in Sustainability

Updated: Aug 26

https://www.protocol.com/amp/tech-workers-quitting-climate-jobs-2657829122


This article is probably talking about a specific discipline of engineers working in tech, being drawn to venture backed companies doing exciting work.


So what of the many other disciplines of engineering? Is there a similar migration of talent to companies doing sustainability, resilience and climate-tech related work?

My own anecdotal observation is that there is a similar trend and a growing interest in these types of work. You may find some who are not as strongly driven by this but the ones who are… tend to be some of our best talents.


If your business is not currently aligned with sustainability, resilience and climate-tech work, how will you retain your top talents? How will you tell your sustainability story when trying to attract new talent to help grow the business?


#FreeingEngineering #doingsustainability


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