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With Job Opportunities Lean, Consider One That’s Green

Green Career Glossary Green technology job: Ones that support the creation and development of technological solutions that mitigate and manage climate change. The green technology jobs represent a focus on the industry. Examples: Green building design, open space management, transit and transit oriented development, energy generation (wind, solar, hydro/marine, fuel cells) and advancements in water and water treatment. Green collar job: Defined as “manual labor jobs within new clean-technology industries.” Green collar jobs are intended to support green technology jobs and represent a focus on the labor force. Drawing a distinction: The designer of a solar array on a roof is a green technology worker since he or she is the creator of the initiative. The newly trained installer of the solar panels has a green collar job. There will be a quiz on the green career sector and its various subsets and formulations later. But in the meantime, the…Log In to Read Full Article

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