The third annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) finds that 48% of power professionals are concerned about an impending talent emergency.
The world’s largest energy recruitment and employment trends report shows that power companies face a difficult task balancing the need to address current talent shortages with adapting to the changing skills needs resulting from digitalisation.
The study findings highlight that 62% of respondents cite engineering as the discipline most affected by talent shortages.
In addition, 74% of non-hiring professionals anticipate further pay rises in 2019.
Airswift and Energy Jobline surveyed more than 17,000 energy professionals and hiring managers in 162 countries across five industry sub-sectors: oil and gas, renewables, power, nuclear and petrochemicals.
Airswift and Energy Jobline are excited to announce the third annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI), the world’s largest employment trends report for the energy industry. Download now at https://t.co/vZbVGCtw66 pic.twitter.com/LN0I8Y49Ap— Airswift (@weareairswift) January 22, 2019
The report is available to download at http://www.getireport.com/download-report.