2014 is quietly shaping up to be the year when environmental concerns have found greater support among Corporate around the world. This trend has been on an upward swing for many years now but has slowly gathered steam to reach its apex by 2013.
Industry insiders have said that environmental concerns due to the increasing instability in world climatic conditions have come as an unavoidable truth. And this has forced everyone to contemplate their continued existence.
With the world market in an unstable state, the jobs that once really mattered don’t matter anymore. Instead innovative and alternative jobs are now ruling the roost.
These two conditions- environmental problems and economic downfall are being solved innovatively.
Companies and MNCs have recognized the advantages of investing in renewable sources of energy as it is a new sector, waiting to be discovered.
The general view is that companies with investment in green infrastructure and development are fast growing ones and have healthy growth rates. This not only attracts investors but also suitable candidates who can take an eco-friendly venture and can turn up profits!
It is true that eco-friendly and profits are not exactly the best of mates but with a little innovation here and a bit of tweaking there and job’s done.
It also makes the employee to think and improvise which is absent in your regular day job. Thus not only are the employees happy but also possess a satisfaction that they have done their part for the environment.
But there are challenges in these too and one of the primary ones being is that ‘Green’ companies rarely have campus presence and they need to be contacted by the interested candidate.
But once granted a job, these new employees will find enough on their hands not only to keep their creative juices flowing but also to keep their cash registers ringing!