The IEMA State of the profession: Survey 2022
Chris Seekings reports on the IEMA State of the Profession Survey 2022, shedding light on aspects from the gender pay gap to ethnic diversityMore than 1,000 IEMA members responded to the 2022 State of the Profession Survey, providing a comprehensive snapshot of salaries, career paths and demographics within the environment and sustainabili
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