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Best websites for finding green jobs

These sites post jobs, training programs, and industry resources and news.

Careervoyages.gov, a collaboration between the U.S. departments of labor and education, offers employment resources and “comprehensive” statistics about occupations in industries from agriculture to geospatial technology.

Eere.energy.gov/education/careers.html is a site run by the Department of Energy’s office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Partnering with federal and state programs as well as clean energy companies, it links visitors to internships, job boards, and other employment resources. It also connects to the department’s adult education page, which lists training programs for those looking to get into the field.

Environmentalcareer.com, the home page for the Green Careers Center, features a job board on which employers across the country post openings. It also regularly lists conferences and seminars within environmentally oriented fields.

Source: Outside

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