looking for graduate engineering jobs after leaving university this
summer may be interested in comments from one union, which says
that investment in green energy could create engineering positions
across the UK.
Unite, one of the largest unions in Britain, spoke at the New
Energy Brings New Opportunity conference yesterday (June 22nd)
about the 10,000 engineering jobs that could be created and taken
up by any graduates interested in the roles.
The union recommended government funding for the harnessing of
nuclear power and carbon capture technology as a way to stimulate
the economy and provide valuable employment.
Dougie Rooney, national officer for Unite, said: "The demand for
components and equipment from power generation companies gives UK
manufacturing companies huge opportunities to expand."
Construction News recently reported that employers at the
Sustainable Innovation in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
networking meeting were told of the benefits of graduate
engineering schemes to help them get work experience
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