Some advice from Columbia Climate School:
Defining a career in “sustainability” is tricky. But, as the profession becomes mainstream, the opportunities to integrate an individual’s purpose into a company’s environmental and social goals are abundant.
According to Katie Kross, a sustainability educator at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business who has been observing the market for almost two decades, “The sustainability job market is booming. There has never been a better time to pursue a career in sustainability.”
But the inconvenient truth remains that the route to sustainability as a profession is puzzling. The historic business transformation comes with no standard playbook. And as the sector evolves, the answers to what an ideal job title, description or pay looks like evolve with it. Read the full article at Columbia Climate School.