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Integrity International, a staffing agency based in Roseville, Calif., has launched a new division to meet the increasing demand for professionals in renewable energy fields.

Integrity's new energy division focuses specifically on matching companies with highly skilled experts in wind, solar, hydroelectric, natural gas/oil and nuclear technologies.

"The demand for professionals in renewable energy fields is accelerating very quickly as governments and business look for ways to lessen their impact on the environment," says Angel Ahumada, CEO of Integrity Recruits. "This is a relatively new industry where talent and experience are hard to find. Integrity's energy division links businesses looking for skilled employees with those individuals who have the skills necessary."

Integrity International also serves the engineering, contracting and architecture sectors, placing professionals in positions around the country and internationally. The firm specializes in direct sourcing and candidate targeting, assessing a company's specific needs and pinpoints talent within the competition across the nation.

SOURCE: Integrity International


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