The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland

The report "The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland" explores the implications of the transition towards the circular economy for the Scottish labour market. It presents a baseline measurement of the number and geographical distribution of jobs currently related to the circular economy in Scotland and explores the types of circular jobs, roles and skills associated with opportunity areas in three value chains: construction, bioeconomy and capital equipment. 


Circle Economy and Zero Waste Scotland designed this report to support enterprise agencies, workforce development, governments, universities, employers and other representatives to recognise the potential of the circular economy for the Scottish labour market and the related skills development needs of its workforce as part of a just transition. 


Circular Jobs Monitor

The report complements Circle Economy's Circular Jobs Monitor, an online tool that gathers, displays, and keeps track of the number and range of jobs that are part of the circular economy across the world, complements the report.

October 28, 2020

The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland

What are the implications of the circular transition for the Scottish labour market? This report presents a baseline measurement of the number and geographical distribution of jobs currently related to the circular economy in Scotland and explores the types of circular jobs, roles and skills associated with opportunity areas in three value chains: construction, bioeconomy and capital equipment. 

The report "The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland" explores the implications of the transition towards the circular economy for the Scottish labour market. It presents a baseline measurement of the number and geographical distribution of jobs currently related to the circular economy in Scotland and explores the types of circular jobs, roles and skills associated with opportunity areas in three value chains: construction, bioeconomy and capital equipment. 


Circle Economy and Zero Waste Scotland designed this report to support enterprise agencies, workforce development, governments, universities, employers and other representatives to recognise the potential of the circular economy for the Scottish labour market and the related skills development needs of its workforce as part of a just transition. 


Circular Jobs Monitor

The report complements Circle Economy's Circular Jobs Monitor, an online tool that gathers, displays, and keeps track of the number and range of jobs that are part of the circular economy across the world, complements the report.

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September 16, 2020

The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland

The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland

The report "The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland" explores the implications of the transition towards the circular economy for the Scottish labour market. It presents a baseline measurement of the number and geographical distribution of jobs currently related to the circular economy in Scotland and explores the types of circular jobs, roles and skills associated with opportunity areas in three value chains: construction, bioeconomy and capital equipment. 


Circle Economy and Zero Waste Scotland designed this report to support enterprise agencies, workforce development, governments, universities, employers and other representatives to recognise the potential of the circular economy for the Scottish labour market and the related skills development needs of its workforce as part of a just transition. 


Circular Jobs Monitor

The report complements Circle Economy's Circular Jobs Monitor, an online tool that gathers, displays, and keeps track of the number and range of jobs that are part of the circular economy across the world, complements the report.

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The report "The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland" explores the implications of the transition towards the circular economy for the Scottish labour market. It presents a baseline measurement of the number and geographical distribution of jobs currently related to the circular economy in Scotland and explores the types of circular jobs, roles and skills associated with opportunity areas in three value chains: construction, bioeconomy and capital equipment. 


Circle Economy and Zero Waste Scotland designed this report to support enterprise agencies, workforce development, governments, universities, employers and other representatives to recognise the potential of the circular economy for the Scottish labour market and the related skills development needs of its workforce as part of a just transition. 


Circular Jobs Monitor

The report complements Circle Economy's Circular Jobs Monitor, an online tool that gathers, displays, and keeps track of the number and range of jobs that are part of the circular economy across the world, complements the report.

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The report "The Future of Work: Baseline Employment Analysis and Skills Pathways for the Circular Economy in Scotland" explores the implications of the transition towards the circular economy for the Scottish labour market. It presents a baseline measurement of the number and geographical distribution of jobs currently related to the circular economy in Scotland and explores the types of circular jobs, roles and skills associated with opportunity areas in three value chains: construction, bioeconomy and capital equipment. 


Circle Economy and Zero Waste Scotland designed this report to support enterprise agencies, workforce development, governments, universities, employers and other representatives to recognise the potential of the circular economy for the Scottish labour market and the related skills development needs of its workforce as part of a just transition. 


Circular Jobs Monitor

The report complements Circle Economy's Circular Jobs Monitor, an online tool that gathers, displays, and keeps track of the number and range of jobs that are part of the circular economy across the world, complements the report.

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