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Offshore wind sector could help re-employ some energy workers

Rystad Energy sees demand for offshore wind staff tripling by the end of the decade, surging to 868,000 full-time jobs from an estimated 297,000 in 2020. While many of these will be in manufacturing, there will be demand for people to work on installations too

Oil and gas workers will also benefit from the expected growth in offshore wind employment globally, as they share some skillsets and essential offshore knowledge. This should help to cushion some of the blow from the declining sector as the global energy transformation and shift towards decarbonisation plays out over the next few decades

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