Energy Audit Advisors are known for having more than just Audit Procedures, Customer Service, and Door Sales. You can read about other common personality traits here:
In order to accomplish your goal of becoming a Energy Audit Advisor, we've found that over half, 40.6% to be exact, of Energy Audit Advisors have a bachelor's degree. The good news is that it doesn't seem like more schooling than that is necessary with only 17.3% having master's degrees. While it's true that most Energy Audit Advisors have a college degree, it's generally possible to become one with only a high school degree. In fact, one out of every six Energy Audit Advisors did not spend the extra money to attend college.
Those Energy Audit Advisors who do attend college, typically earn either a Business degree or a Accounting degree. Less commonly earned degrees for Energy Audit Advisors include a Finance degree or a Environmental Control Technologies/Technicians degree.
Once you've obtained the level of education you're comfortable with, you're prepared to start applying to become an Energy Audit Advisor. We've found that typically Energy Audit Advisors are mostly employed at ICF, Deloitte, and L.A. Care Health Plan. Of recent, ICF had 6 positions open for Energy Audit Advisors. Meanwhile, there are 5 job openings at Deloitte and 3 at L.A. Care Health Plan.
Since salary is super important to some, it's good to note that Energy Audit Advisors are figured to earn the highest salaries at Cardinal Health, Raymond James, and Deloitte. If you were to take a closer look at Cardinal Health, you'd find that the average Energy Audit Advisor salary is $104,869. Then, onto Raymond James, Energy Audit Advisors receive an average salary of $86,615, while the salary at Deloitte is $79,843. Now, we need to figure out how difficult it will be to earn a spot with these companies. Currently, Cardinal Health has 2 jobs listed for Energy Audit Advisors. Additionally, Raymond James and Deloitte only have 0 and 5 job openings.
The most distinguished Energy Audit Advisors are known to work for SolarCity, Insperity, and JPMorgan Chase. In order to figure this out, we assessed which schools Energy Audit Advisors earned their degrees, and then looked into the companies that hired Energy Audit Advisors from the top 100 U.S. educational institutions.
In general, Energy Audit Advisors fulfill roles in the Technology and Professional industries. While employment numbers are high in those industries, the salaries for Energy Audit Advisors are the highest in the Manufacturing industry with $86,861 as the average salary. Meanwhile, the Construction and Technology industries only pay $85,585 and $84,074 respectively. This means that Energy Audit Advisors who are employed in the Manufacturing industry make a whopping 22.9% more than Energy Audit Advisors who work in the Energy Industry.