Job Information Please?
Let’s say agree that 2012 has been a little better year for finding a job. However, there are still large numbers of people out of the workforce who want and need information about job opportunities. What I have found through my interactions with job seekers is many lack information about job and training opportunities available in the marketplace. These articles contain some of the information job seekers need to find environmental job opportunities.
- Solar Energy’s “Dark Side” Comes to Light in New Environmental Jobs: This article is not intended to denigrate or politicize clean energy technology or the solar industry but to inform the public about new job opportunities. The links provided lead to important job information.
- 312 Billion Reasons Why Environmental Management Jobs Are Growing Fast Did you know that the environmental industry is a $312 Billion per year business sector? To most of the general public, this sector is an unknown job market unless some type of disaster strikes or if your location has a thriving energy/industrial economy. In this article we want to inform job seekers and graduates about the opportunities in this sector.
- Environmental Science Jobs To Boom Over Next Decade: Are You Ready? Most job seekers do not know that the growth in energy exploration and environmental regulations will create a large number of well-paying environmental science jobs over the next decade.
- 4 Lessons Peyton Manning Can Teach Green & Environmental Job Seekers :Like every other NFL fan, I was sad to see Peyton Manning leave the Indianapolis Colts. It was the somber end of an era for Colts fans and a joyous beginning for his next team. As I listened to Peyton’s speech, I realized that he is now a job seeker who has to find the right team that will fit his goals and talents. It is an odd thing to think that a multi-millionaire star athlete is looking for a job but it is true. So my thoughts turned to some lessons we could learn from this football great.
- Top 7 “Soft” Skills Engineering & Science Grads Need to Be Successful :To celebrate the achievements of this year’s graduates, we decided to share 7 “soft” skills that hiring managers are looking for when they consider science and engineering graduates for entry level jobs. These secrets are not in a particular order because they vary in importance to every manager.
- Top 17 Key Job Skills Employers Want In 2012: As follow up to my “Skill Up” article for Job Action Day 2011, I wanted to write a series of articles on job skills needed in 2012. My hope is to help job seekers overcome the “Skills Gap” and acquire the new jobs opening in energy, environmental and infrastructure.
- 12 Job Certifications and Licenses You Will Need In the Green Economy:In order to land the green jobs of the future, American workers will have to get new certifications, college degrees or training. The purpose of this article is show job seekers some of the credentials that will be in demand as the job market opens up.
- 5 Critical Skills Needed to get an Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics Job in America:America has a shortage of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professionals. As the economy continues to recover, companies will need technical professionals who have well rounded skills and the ability to produce results. If you are looking to get hired early in the American economy’s upswing, it is vitally important that your resume showcases your achievements, ]experience and skills in at least three of the following five skill areas in this article.
- The Top 500 Architecture/Engineering/Construction Companies You Don’t Know About (hintonhumancapital.com)
- Minority Report: The Role of Race in Hiring (ere.net)