Nearly two-thirds of Brits are willing to sacrifice part of their salary to tackle climate change

Cable giant Nexans surveyed 2,210 people from across the country about whether they would be willing to take a financial hit to save the environment

More than a quarter of workers willing to take a pay cut for a greener job

A new study from Totaljobs also reveals 28% of employees would consider quitting their job to work for an organisation they consider to be more environmentally friendly than their current position

Skills shortage “plagues” oil and gas firms

A shortage of skilled workers continues to “plague” the oil and gas sector according to new figures showing two thirds of employers want to take on more staff. The Oil & Gas Global Salary Guide found 68.1% of employers plan to increase headcount in 2014. Around 24,000 people responded to the research and out of […]

Oil and gas workers willing to work anywhere

Oil and gas workers are willing to move anywhere for the right pay and career opportunities. That’s according to a recruitment firm, whose research showed two thirds (66%) of oil and gas professionals said they would be prepared to work anywhere, including emerging markets, for the right salary and opportunities. A fifth of oil and […]

Sustainability salaries continue to rise

Economic woes may be widespread in the UK and the Eurozone but one sector at least is still faring well – pay in sustainability and corporate responsibility (CR) roles has actually risen in the last three years. A survey by recruiters Acre Resources found the average salary in the UK rose to £56,360, an increase […]

Energy pays- sector enjoys high salaries

Energy professionals in the UK enjoy well paid salaries that are significantly higher than the national average. According to a recent survey by recruitment specialists Hays Energy 74% of those surveyed earn in excess of £41,000. The survey also revealed that in the last 12 months 69% of people have had a salary increase and […]