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DOE launches interactive hydrogen and fuel cells career map

The US Department of Energy’s Fuel Cell Technologies Office (FCTO) has launched an interactive Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Career Map. This tool will allow users of all ages to discover traditional and non-traditional career opportunities in the hydrogen and fuel cells industry.

The tool also promotes workforce development in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) field by making information about hydrogen and fuel cell technology careers, education requirements, and skills for each career easily accessible to the public.

Based on data from the USBureau of Labor Statistics, the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Career Map displays more than 40 careers that span across the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors, such as research and development, engineering, and manufacturing; operations and management; and communications, training, and outreach. These positions are classified by levels of experience and detail the education, skills, and profile of each career.

The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Career Map also includes pathways to show possible routes for advancement or transition between sectors.


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