GETI uncovers the latest workforce trends in oil and gas, renewables, nuclear, power and petrochemicals
The 2022 Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) Report: Is 2022 the year of career change?
The sixth annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) report offers a snapshot of the trends seen within the global energy industry over the past 12 months.
Together with Energy Jobline, we polled professionals across the oil and gas, renewables, power, nuclear and petrochemicals sectors to form the world’s most established and comprehensive energy recruitment and employment trends report.
The findings show that the transition to clean energy is accelerating a mass migration of skills from traditional to renewable sectors, as well as a growing shortage of technological skills across the industry.
This skills shortage means that recruiters across the sectors are looking outside their organisations to find the tech talent they need to succeed. Meanwhile, some companies have chosen to prioritise the use of automation and AI over recruitment and talent development.
Other highlights from the report include:
More than 75% of energy professionals are considering a career change within three years, with the majority of workers favouring a switch to renewables
The technology skills gap is driving four of five energy sectors to prioritise AI and automation over mentoring and recruitment
Climate change concerns mean that more than 80% of professionals across all sectors cite ESG factors as a part to play in their decision to join or leave an energy company
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