Where Are The Opportunities?
New and experienced workers are moving into green careers as the largest Economic Stimulus Package goes into effect. President Obama’s program is expected to create over 2 million green jobs from blue collar positions to white collar positions. Are you wondering how you can make the career move from your current job experience to a green job?
First we need to consider where the jobs are going to be. Designing and building renewable energy projects, solar, power generation, green battery production, window manufacturing, power distribution and alternative energy production are only a few areas of growth. Read the rest of this entry »
Find A Job Fast By Following These Steps And Keeping Your Career Options Open
Target The Right Employment To Find A Job Fast
The best way to find a job fast is to focus on your skills and experience. There is no benefit to applying for a job that requires a skill you don’t possess. If you need to quickly develop a skills set needed in this tight job market, consider this quick and inexpensive career training program.
Write A Great Resume And Cover Letter To Find A Job Fast
Take the time necessary to develop an outstanding resume and cover letter. Focus on why someone should hire you and how you can help their company succeed. A great resume is required if you want to get hired fast. Make that resume stand out and put your best foot forward. Read the rest of this entry »
What a great idea for a new career… Go Green Sales Positions. Whether you are just graduating from college or currently in sales, GREEN is where it’s at! If you have considered an educational path that even comes close to the burgeoning field like ecology, biology or alternative energy, look for sales positions in these fields.
Green sales positions are expected to explode in the coming years equal to the dot.com era and the mortgage and real estate boom of the 1990′s and 2000′s years. The area of Green sales is creating increased demand for sale reps that understand and have a passion for “green collar” jobs. If you look at the job growth in 2006, you will find that nearly 8.5 million jobs have been created. Expectations are that “green collar” jobs will grow to an astounding 40 million jobs by 2030. Read the rest of this entry »