The move towards green energy is creating employment opportunities for engineers, an industry figure has noted.
Engineers looking to find work in London may wish to explore this area, as the number of new positions is increasing significantly, according to Mark Tully, head of Roevin Engineering.
He stated that as the economic downturn is beginning to ease, those with engineering skills and experience will be well placed to lead the country back to prosperity.
"The strengthening drive for greener energy is also generating demand for UK engineers in the utility and renewable sectors," Mr Tully noted.
He added that those looking for engineering work in London will also find opportunities in areas such as oil and gas, life science and infrastructure projects.
According to the Monster Employment Index for March, engineering was one of the sectors that delivering the greatest year-on-year growth in employment, with an upturn of 26 per cent.
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