Worldwide Recruitment Energy, a specialist energy recruitment consultancy, has agreed to conduct a sector study in conjunction with professionals from academia to analyze the current labor demand and future prospects for renewable hydrogen, as well as the impact of this sector on the labor market. Among the issues addressed in the study are the main challenges limiting the growth of the sector, including generation costs, infrastructure and labor shortages. In addition, the study performs a quantitative analysis on the growth of labor demand, which reveals that almost 88% of companies and organizations expect to hire new personnel in the coming months, according to the consulting firm.
At the same time, a qualitative analysis of the profile of the most demanded professionals is addressed, among which the profile of engineers, business development experts or information systems specialists stand out. Issues such as the type of skills required, the training needed for retraining or the prospects for growth after the Covid pandemic and the invasion in Ukraine are analyzed with abundant graphic material.
More about the study
"The study fills a gap in the green hydrogen job market," says Worldwide Recruitment Energy. Along with the survey results, the study includes a complete description of the technology context, regulatory framework, incentives, featured projects, and current news. Finally, the study conducts several interviews with opinion leaders in the green hydrogen sector who provide their personal insights, advice and development perspectives. In total, more than 1,089 professionals from 53 countries have been interviewed during 3 months. The study, which is intended to be updated periodically, is available on the consultancy's website.