Green Job Sectors In Demand For The Future.

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Want in on the coming green job boom? With energy costs heading ever higher and a President who finally gets it, we are soon going to see a rather large increase in the availability of these “green jobs”. Whether you have direct experience with some of these sectors or you can adapt your current skills to fit into any needs that may arise, these area will definitely be the ones to shoot for in the next 10 years. There are going to be a lot of changes coming down the pike in the energy/renewables/recycling industries, so be on the lookout. When searching for that new green job, use some of these titles and/or keywords to try to find some matches that would be of some interest to you.

Energy-Efficient Building, Construction And Retrofitting

Renewable Energy – Electric, Solar, Wind, Biofuels (definitely NOT my favorite)

Wind Construction Project Managers

Energy Efficiency Studies And Vehicle Design

Deconstruction, Salvage And Reuse Companies

Corporate Sustainability Directors

Composting Science

Urban Planner

Safe Cleanup Of Hazardous Waste

Recycling Initiatives Nationwide

Organic And Natural Food

Natural Resource Preservation Services

Public Transit Development

Grassroots Organizers

So what am I missing that should be on the list? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. You missed a biggie! Any job that doesn’t involve driving to get to it – unless you’re going to move close to your work so you can bike/walk/take transit of course.

    Urban planning here in Vancouver has made a difference to the amount of driving by creating a live/work city where walking, biking and transit are the predominant in the downtown core. In 10 years the number of people driving (or taking a ride) to work has dropped 7%. 4% of that is people who now bike or walk (the rest is transit). This has had an impact on the obestity figures, with the leanest people in the province living downtown.

    So also add to your list, transit operators, bike repair technicians, railway workers, and city engineers.

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