The Analyst understands the details that make the world tick. There are a million and one details to creating a successful green future and you have worked hard to analyze them all. You enjoy working with data and making sure information is well-organized and distributed. You help others understand and plan for the future by providing the hard numbers and the correct directions we need to take.
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About the Analyst
- Analysts love seeing the work get done. Their integrity, practical logic and tireless dedication to duty often drives those around them to power through challenging tasks.
- They embrace the values of honesty, dedication and dignity and are valued for their clear advice and guidance. They happily lead the way on difficult paths.
- Analysts enjoy taking responsibility for their actions, and take pride in the work they do. When working towards a goal, Analysts hold back none of their time or energy, completing each relevant task with accuracy and patience.
- They don’t make many assumptions, preferring instead to analyze their surroundings and check their facts before arriving at a logical course of action. They have sharp, fact-based minds, and prefer autonomy and self-sufficiency to reliance on someone or some thing.
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Your Role in a Green New Deal
Analysts are the people who know what is really going on. Budgets, reports, and spreadsheets are their instruments, and they play them to a fine tune. We can win Green New Careers in the halls of Congress, but understanding how it will actually work will be up to Analysts.
How much, when, and where are all questions that they track, organize, and answer. They’re effective and efficient with their time and energy. Analysts often support the work of countless other people. Their efforts allow everyone else to do their jobs — and to get paid for their hard work.
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If We Fully Invest 10 Trillion in Green Infrastructure 2,099,559 Analyst Green Careers Will Be CreatedLearn More
- 49,044 Inspectors, Testers, Sorters and Weighers
- 76,588 Office and Administrative Supervisors
- 310,906 Office Clerks
- 29,677 Financial and Investment Analysts
- 27,584 Safety Specialists and Technicians
- 123,560 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks
- 61,327 Financial Managers
- 1,606 Purchasing Managers
- 179,708 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants
- 29,840 Shipping, Receiving, and Inventory Managers
- 35,811 Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks
- 19,011 Engineering Technicians
- 20,801 Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians
- 1,656 Computer Network Support Specialists
- 33,950 Information Clerks
- 16,155 HR Managers
What Can You Do To Win Us Green New Careers?
To win Green New Careers, we’ll need to work together to push politicians across the country to support bold climate infrastructure. The only thing politicians understand is power and we gain that through working together. We need to stand together as a movement to take direct action that brings awareness to our cause, bring votes to the ballot box, and organize our local communities to voice their need for Green New Careers. The Sunrise Movement is a national climate activist movement that has been fighting for the last five years to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process and our actions have brought climate to the front of national politics and we need your help to push it further.
The way that we’ll win Green New Careers is by organizing our communities to fight for the futures we need. As an Analyst, you thrive when you’re working behind the scenes, but make no mistake — your ability to analyze data, identify trends, and tackle the most complicated of spreadsheets is essential to winning this fight. You can help win millions of green jobs by working with organizers to assess canvassing or phone banking results, or by providing precise answers to questions about how much Green New Careers might cost, how it will help specific communities, and how soon it could happen.
- Follow clearly defined procedures
- Have great memories for details
- Work with numbers
- Can quickly analyze large amounts of information
- Are efficient at organizing and communicating complexity