The electric industry is continuing to evolve with globalization of the American economy, the public's interest in renewable energy, and increased research and development into new ways to generate and deliver electricity. Educated workers in the field and in the corporate office are vital to our industry.
Carnegie Mellon University's Electric Industry Center estimates that about half of the nation's 400,000 power industry workers will be eligible to retire in the next five to ten years. This means that there will be diverse opportunities for employment. Jobs may be available for high school graduates, technical school graduates, and those with college degrees.
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