Below are some reports that directly address the subject of emplyment within the energy sector.
This report was prepared with the assistance of BW Research Partnership and is based on data from BW Research's Energy Employment Index, an independently designed proprietary survey that was not sponsored by the Department of Energy.
The National Institute for Building Sciences for the U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines project tasked JFF with conducting a national analysis of 14 occupations1 across four job classifications related to the commercial workforce in advanced energy efficiency. JFF analyzed national job growth projections (2013-2018), job demographics (2014) and job postings (2014) for 14 select building science occupations. A combination of traditional and real-time labor market information was used for this analysis.
The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a nonprofit professional society of over 16,000 members, issued a survey to its members to determine the need for Energy Management Jobs, Energy Industry Potential, and Salary Data. The results represented are based on 2,967 responses and are outlined in this report.
New research reveals both the scale of the challenge, and its complexity. It comes from PwC’s Human Resource Services practice— PwC Saratoga, the world’s leading source of workforce measurement, and a thought leader on the subject of HR benchmarking and Predictive Analytics, which analyzed data submitted by 29 utilities, representing nearly a quarter of a million employees.