Comparatively to December 2018, the proportion of pharmaceutical companies that hire for environmental-related positions increased significantly. 43% of the companies in our analysis were recruiting for at least one of these positions.
This latest figure was higher then the 23.5% of employers who were hiring in 2020 for jobs related to environment, but it was lower than the 43.2% in November 2021.
The rate of all job openings related to environment dropped in December 2021. 3.4% of new job ads were linked to this topic.
This latest figure is an increase over the 0.7% of new jobs that were related to environment in the same month a year back.
GlobalData, who provided the data for this article, identified the environment as a key disruptive force that will affect companies in the next few years. Companies that excel in these areas are better prepared for the future and better equipped to handle unforeseen challenges.
Our analysis of data shows that pharmaceutical companies currently hire for environment jobs at a lower rate then the average for all companies in GlobalData’s job analytics database. In December 2021, the average for all companies was 3.7%.
GlobalData’s job analysis database tracks the daily hiring habits of thousands of companies around world. It draws in job postings as they become available and tags them with additional data about everything, from the seniority to whether a job is tied to larger industry trends.
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