Sunlife Power is hiring 100's defying the current national employment trend
Sunlife Power is one of the Nations Fastest Growing Solar Company in 2020
Sunlife Power announces plans to double down and add to the sales force as the company looks to hire 100 Sales Representatives by the end of 2020. Sunlife Power Solar Sales Representative makes some of the Highest Commissions in the industry and as Covid-19 has affected 1000's of solar companies, Sunlife Power has invested more in their new training program. Sunlife Power sees a gap in the growing demand for solar energy jobs, and has invested in cultivating their talent by improving their support network and quality of training for their representatives.
Sunlife Power looks to capitalize on the nation seeking to maximize solar capacity, it makes sense that the industry would add more jobs to meet the demand for more solar installations. The pandemic has stalled several companies' growth plans, but Sunlife Power is bucking that trend. Although increased solar job growth is projected, a report from The Solar Foundation recently found that the number of skilled workers isn't keeping pace with demand for solar industry employees. Sunlife Power sees their skilled workforce and their training program filling the void that currently exists in this employment arena.
For those looking for a career change, joining the growing solar industry could lead to a brighter future, Sunlife Power offers formal training to help you on your path!
SunLife Power is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Consistent with that goal, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, gender identity or any other category protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
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This job growth reflects the rapid expansion of the U.S. solar industry, driven by the plummeting cost of solar technologies and its increased popularity among individuals, businesses, and electric utilities. In the five-year period between 2014 and 2019, solar employment increased 44%, five times faster than job growth in the overall U.S.economy.