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Connecticut Green Jobs Career Lattices

Welcome to Connecticut Green Jobs Career Lattices

What are Green Jobs Career Lattices?

The green jobs ladder includes components such as the scope of the industry and various occupations included, the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in those occupations, and the professional opportunities available at the entry, mid-career and advanced levels, along with the current salary ranges for each. To maintain this ladder as a comprehensive and useful resource for the green technology industry and its educational partners, it will be updated periodically as needed.

Mission Statement
To increase job opportunities in Connecticut’s green technology sector, lower energy costs, improve energy efficiency and promote sustainability, the Office of Workforce Competitiveness, in consultation with other agencies, created a green jobs career ladder. This ladder is designed to link green jobs employers with technical education and career schools and institutions of higher education to foster coordination and grow the workforce in the sector.
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Visit O*NET Resource Center—Green Initiative to discover a new, topical approach to the greening of the world-of-work. Occupations and education programs linked to “green topics” are identified.

The initial phase of this work takes advantage of previous O*NET green research, while primarily using a linguistic approach to identify connections between green topics and 1) occupations, and 2) instructional programs. In the future, additional research will be conducted to refine and extend the green-related information.

For more information, see the report: Green Topics: Identifying Linkages to Occupations and Education Programs Using a Linguistic Approach.

To read the methodology write-up for the green jobs career ladder see: Connecticut DOL Green Career Ladder Methdology.
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