Green Building Jobs Helps Employers and Job Seekers

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The green buzzwords that have been floating around lately all seem to have to do with green jobs, but can you actually label what a “green collar job” is?The green buzzwords that have been floating around lately all seem to have to do with green jobs, but can you actually label what a “green collar job” is? Or better yet, where to find one? Your answer can be found at GreenBuildingJobs.com, launched by ScheinMedia. The site is meant to focus on the waiting-to-boom green building market, and help skilled green workers connect with the employers who need them in their pursuits. Most of the green jobs are within green real estate and the building industry, and there’s expected to be 4 million more of these jobs popping up in the next decade. If you’re interested in getting into the green building field, Green Building Jobs is the right place for you.

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