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Infographic: Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Practitioner Profiles

by Shannon Houde

What are the characteristics, career histories and salaries of those working in corporate responsibility / sustainability?

Acre has compiled information from its 2012 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Salary Survey into ‘practitioner profiles’ based on their understanding of corporate and consultant roles. They have identified a number of generic roles in order to form composite descriptions of the education, career histories and other personal characteristics of practitioners in the space.

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Infographic, Infographic: Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Practitioner Profiles

The Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Salary Survey is the result of collaboration between Acre, corporate responsibility consultancy Acona, creative communications agency Flag and the publication Ethical Performance. Download the full report here.

*Shannon launched and currently runs the Acre Career Coaching service for leading sustainability recruitment company, Acre.

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