According to a new survey, when looking for jobs, Canadian millennials want ones that have the best opportunity for advancement in the workplace. Canadian millennial jobs are in growing industries that don't have you stuck at the same position for your whole life. Basically, millennials know what they want out of their careers and they want a whole lot of promotions.\nThe survey on job wants was conducted by Abacus Data in the summer of 2019 and 2,000 Canadian millennials were surveyed. It focuses mainly on what millennials want out of their jobs.\n68 percent of survey respondents said they want to work in an organization where the opportunities for advancement are plentiful and tied to significant financial benefits.\n"Since unemployment in Canada is at its lowest level in four decades, it's critical for employers to highlight their competitive advantages," said Catherine Fortin LeFaivre, public affairs advisor for Cars and Jobs who commissioned the survey, in a press release.\nAccording to this survey, if an employer doesn't have room for growth within the company that also offers higher pay and other finanical benefits, millennials won't be flocking to them in droves.\nIt's not just enough to have growth within the company though. The survey found that industry also matters to millennials.\n63 per cent of respondents want to work in a sector that has experienced significant growth recently and will continue to grow.\nAccording to IBISWorld, some of the growing industries around the world in 2019 are cannabis production, language instruction and manufacturing.\nView this post on Instagram For the first time, solar and wind have eclipsed fossil fuels in developing nations. Renewable energy accounted for more than half of new capacity added last year. The winds of change are blowing in a new direction.💨☀️ A post shared by Clean Energy Canada (@cleanenergycan) on Dec 7, 2018 at 9:08am PST\nAmong those, one of Canada's fastest growing industries this year is clean energy.\nView this post on Instagram 👏 By 2025, the sale of fossil-fuel-powered cars will be banned in Norway. Many other countries are phasing out gas cars including China, India, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Taiwan, and more. A post shared by Clean Energy Canada (@cleanenergycan) on Jan 4, 2019 at 3:30pm PST\nAlso, 61 percent of people surveyed said they want to work "in a sector that's at the forefront of technological advancements and which contributes to improving people's day to day lives."\nThe survey also looked at where Canadian millennials are most likely to find and see job ads. 59 percent of respondents said job websites were in their top three while only 30 percent said the same thing about LinkedIn.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.