Tag: green job


Finding a job in today’s highly competitive employment market can be difficult. Job seekers must boast solid skills and serious job hunting savvy to find great positions. For job seekers who are focused on working with green companies, improving their Read more…


We’re still over 10 months from election day, but President Obama’s first major campaign advertisement of the 2012 cycle is already hitting the air . After three years of a term characterized by flailing finances and dissipating foreign wars, the Read more…


Over the past year or so, I’ve written a few pieces on the levels of job creation that can be expected as we “go green,” i.e., move to greater levels of energy efficiency, renewables, electric transportation, etc. Last week I Read more…


Japanese government and industries are likely to invest $6.4 billion in green energy technologies over the next 15 months. The Japanese government would offer subsidies worth $1.9 billion while the rest of the investment is likely to come from some Read more…


Are you looking for a renewable energy job with a leading cleantech company, maybe a solar energy job with an installer or a wind energy job with a project developer? While summer is known as a season with limited hiring Read more…


According to a new report [Fr] from ADEME (the French Environment and Energy Management Agency), 90,000 jobs have been created in green sectors in France between 2006 and 2008. These jobs have been created mostly in the fields of energy Read more…


In previous posts, we’ve demonstrated the effect a professionally written accomplishment can have on your resume. Clearly highlighted and dynamically written accomplishments facilitate resume skimming and ensure that your achievements get readers’ attention. But what if your achievements aren’t quantifiable? Read more…


Nearly 4 million green-collar jobs could open up in the U.S. in coming decades. How can you land one? Submit a stellar cover letter, and you’ll vastly improve your chances. A lot of employers put great stock in these tidy Read more…


Looking for a job can feel like a lonely enterprise. Despite the dozens of emails you’ve sent, the phone calls you’ve diligently forced yourself to make, and the strangers you’ve tried to befriend at LinkedIn—not to mention your heartfelt intention Read more…

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