UK green jobs set to offer better salaries than high-carbon roles
New jobs that help drive the UK towards net-zero emissions are set to offer salaries that are almost one-third higher than those in carbon-intensive industries, research suggests.In a new report, the think tank Onward highlights how an estimated 3.2 million workers will need to increase their skill level, or retrain in a new qualification, to meet the government’s 2050 net-zer
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