Envirinmental Careers Organization

With the dynamic nature of environmental employment, companies need research and information that can guide their business planning.

In 2012, CCHREI completed an extensive research study that environmental businesses can use to define their competitive direction. The Environmental Labour Market (ELM) report is an authoritative, and valuable resource for identifying employment trends, human resource needs, future challenges, and emerging opportunities in Canada’s environmental profession.

The report provides Canadian environmental business with perspective on topics including how to:

  • Identify human resource needs in the environment sector and prepare your organization for the retirement of baby-boomers
  • Review recommendations for dealing with human resource challenges
  • Discover national and regional profiles of environmental organizations, including their sizes and the activities that they partake in
  • Discover national and regional profiles of environmental practitioners, including their levels of education, employment statuses, and training needs


To download or order a hard-copy of this report, sign up as a member to the CCHREI website and click on “Labour Market Information,” or go to the Products link at the bottom of the CCHREI home page.


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