During the Bill Clinton campaign, political strategist James Carville once said, “It’s the economy, stupid.” This became a rallying cry for people who were concerned about their jobs during the political season. This political season is no different and at least a couple of the candidates (including one named Clinton) are focusing on the economy and jobs.
A certain rapid growth sector of the overall employment picture are green jobs, especially those in the technical fields. Here is a list of some of the websites devoted to posting green jobs. Some of these sites offer green jobs in the USA, UK or other various locations.
• Grist features worldwide green jobs with a database searchable by job and location.
• Environmental Career outlines a list of worldwide green jobs that can be searched by position and location.
• Ecoemploy offers green jobs in the U. S.
• Earthworks features green jobs in the US, UK and other locations.
• Sustainable Business outlines green jobs in the US, UK and other worldwide locations plus offers searchable database by position and location.
• Bright Green Talent offers green jobs centered in the UK and USA.
• Edie is a large database of green jobs in the UK
• Acres is another job bank offers green employment in the UK.
One shortcoming of a least half of these sites, however is that you can search by job, but not by location, which means one may have to take a bit of time out visually filtering out green jobs that are geographically undesirable. Be that as it may, if you find the green job that is a perfect fit for you then a little extra work won’t be that hard to handle.